A/C problem 1993 Tracer

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Old 04-09-07, 11:19 AM
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A/C problem 1993 Tracer

1993 Tracer 4 cylinder with automatic

My sister swears that last week the A/C was working. I replaced the radiator and now she says the A/C doesn’t work.

When I turn on the A/C the blue light on the on/off button lights up as normal but the radiator fan doesn’t come on and the clutch doesn’t engage. Neither does it work when I hit the defroster. The radiator fan does work to cool the engine and the blower motor fan works.

I went to check the fuse but I have never seen this type before. It is a black object about ˝ x ˝ x 1 inch high and I couldn’t remove it to check it.

What should I look at and where is the control module and how would I access it if I need to check it?

Thanks!!

Chuck
 
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Old 04-09-07, 11:22 AM
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It could be a few things:

Low on refrigerant

High/low pressure switch

Control panel

Thermostatic switch (in airbox)

What you were looking at was the A/C relay, not a fuse.

I just had the same problem in my wifes Stratus and it turned out to be the control panel.

When replacing the radiator, did you remove the A/C lines going too the condensor?

Also, you can test the compressor by putting a jumper wire in the relay cavity, but get a wiring schematic for the relay box first. I think it's pin 87 and 86a, not sure.
 
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Old 04-09-07, 11:32 AM
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Mark,

No, I didn't remove the A/C lines to the condensor. I'm hoping it was something simple or it's just circumstance.

Thanks.
 
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Old 04-13-07, 04:21 PM
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If the radiator was removed, the wire to the AC compressor clutch may have been disconnected. If so, just plug it back in place.
 
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