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HI KEVIN, I DO NOT THINK YOUR PROBLEM IS IN THE PROPORTIONING VALVE..MORE THEN LIKELY THERE IS STILL AIR IN THE SYSTEM..DID YOU BENCH BLEED THE MASTER CYLINDER?? IF YOU DID NOT,REMOVE IT FROM THE CAR
Hi Katie, Do try the jump across B and D in the socket for the a/c compressor relay as a final test of the clutch. It is possible also that the system is too full (pressure too high) as that sensor will
Hi Katie, On the compressor clutch: first check fuse B (30 amp) in the power box in the engine compartment. Then remove the compressor relay in the same box (relay #10, located behind fuse F and G) and
From what you have done, Alloy radiator and electric fan, you should not have any overheating problems in city traffic. Something is wrong. First just replacing a thermostat does not mean it is ok.
Hi John, As to the past history with the evap system, I don't believe that has any residual effect on the present problem. Because you are not getting injector action my suggestion would be to measure