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Old 06 Mar 2012, 10:29 pm
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Is changing the high pressure cycling switch same as changing low pressure switch? Read one thread that you will lose coolant-is it the same amount that you lose when changing low pressure switch? Is it just a puff or a continous loss once switch is removed?

I have changed low pressure switch, coolant level on low side ok, hear compressor cycle and fan appears to run-have not checked fuse in PDC yet. Still blows hot air-any other item to check (will bring in to check high side/complete diagnostic). Great site, has helped me through a few trying moments with my PT-son now has it and still rolling as it nears 150K.
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Old 08 Mar 2012, 05:43 pm
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Default Re: AC High pressure switch change question

Brought to Midas-no clue what is wrong was answer, brought to dealership and cooling fan needs replacement was their answer. Cold air before summer
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