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Old 07 Aug 2016, 02:07 pm
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Default AC High Pressure On The Low Pressure Side?

2006 PT non-turbo.

My AC is barely working, blows a little cold but not much.
When I check the the pressure on the low side it is reading 70 psi.
I believe it is supposed to be somewhere around 30-38 psi.

My rad fan is working correctly and so are the relays.
As well I checked the low pressure switch on the accumulator and it is working too.


Anyone one have any idea what could be causing this?
Any input is always greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
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Old 07 Aug 2016, 09:45 pm
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Default Re: AC High Pressure On The Low Pressure Side?

Found the problem. Thanks.

See here:
Replacing a female connector in a relay junction box

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