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Old 07-18-2013, 06:22 AM   #1
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Acc a/c issues pLease help!!

ok hello to everyone. I am having an issue with my acc and having a hard time figuring it out hopefully someone here can help me or provide helpful info which can lead me in th eright direction. my initial problem was code 13 "jammed motor" on passenger side, so 3 motors later i finally fixed that realizing that prob was the gear that lower part of the arm (which the motor moves up/down to open door)is attactched to was set incorrectly in the opposite direction so motor would jam because it was already turned fully in wrong direction (hopefully what im explaining makes sense because if i didnt see it for myself i would prob be lost).

i put it all together turned it in right direction and did the auto/off reset which came back with 0 codes, "great" or so i thought! i thought now that it was time for freon since it wasnt blowing cold. gauge showed some freon but low so i added more and checked to see if blowing cool as i added which it did. it wasnt cold for the pressure in which it was on the gauge which came with can but much better so i was satisfied. it blew for 1 day then i turned it on 2 days later and "****" its warm again notmatter the acc setting even though i reset it 3 times with no present codes. Somebody please help it is 90 degrees and the breeze from window only helps keep me conscious from passing out while driving help appreciated thanx!
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Old 07-20-2013, 03:50 AM   #2
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I just had the same issue. It was the dice that failed. Not sending the signal to the ac to turn on. If that is your issue before you replace it have your tech divorce the radio first with his Tech II and then marry it to the new dice. Otherwise I wont work. This will not be something you can do yourself unless you want to just swap the dice and see if it works. If it does then you will need to put the old one back in and go to the service center and have the divorce procedure done. I am assuming you have enough 134 in the system and your compressor is not turning on. You can verify the compressor is working by jumping it to a 12 volt lead and if it does then you know the compressor is not the issue.
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