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If those suggestions check out OK then you may have a bad compressor clutch coil. I checked the fuses in the relays and everything and then found out that if I just gently tap on the compressor with the prybar it starts right up immediately. The running low side pressure should be about 30 PSI on a cool non humid day. Happy that (for now) everything seems to be back in order but hoping to be able to interpret the symptoms if they come along again. Check This Out

Should I just bite the bullet and have a shop try and diagnose it? Now I am stumped at where the issue could be. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated...it sucks having your AC go out when it is already around 100 degrees outside! Several functions may not work.

2005 Chevy Silverado Ac Problems

TechHelp2 01 Sep 2016, 07:03 RE" Joseph Gee, I don't understand your question, does it not accept the gas and not get the pressures to where they allow the compressor to The hardest part was the last screw holding up the plastic cover above the center hump. Repairs to the A/C system are best left to trained service personnel using the proper test and service equipment. Sorry for the long post but just making sure I get it right!

Any ideas as to what the cause of this would be? If only some of these signals are missing, you will need to inspect the blower speed switch and related wiring. My air conditioning on my 2005 Chevy Silverado HD 2500 will just stop working. 2004 Chevy Silverado Ac Compressor Not Coming On If you have a conversion kit for the system to accept R134a then check the adapters on the pressures ports to make sure they are screwed on all the way.

Did I miss a step? 2005 Chevy Silverado Ac Blower Motor Resistor I will keep monitoring to make sure the back is working like I would expect. I found a few places that were slightly cheaper but this place got me in right away without having to leave it - something I couldn't afford to do. With the 7 wire harness disconnected check for power on the red wire.

It took me about 30 minutes from start to finish including removing the dash panels. 2005 Chevy Silverado Blower Motor Fuse Remember, this test is done with the key on and the seven wire harness disconnected. TechHelp2 07 Aug 2016, 06:39 RE:Scott, Check the end of the high side hose making sure the valve inside the hose is being pressed in so the pressure can be read. Works like a champ now...

2005 Chevy Silverado Ac Blower Motor Resistor

I hope this helps some of you with this problem, so I can give a bit back to this forum. Disconnect the 7 wire harness connector and inspect. 2005 Chevy Silverado Ac Problems The drivers side blew hot all the time no matter what the settings were and the passenger side worked OK. 2006 Chevy Silverado Air Conditioning Problems When I'm driving on highway with my air conditioner on.

what is the problem? http://camtronics.net/chevy-silverado/03-silverado-heater-not-working.html Is there anything else I can check before going to a repair shop. What else should I do before doing the recharge? If all of the tests above are okay and you want to go a step further, place a test light or voltmeter in the wires going to the blower motor. 2004 Chevy Silverado Air Conditioner Not Working

I would suspect the compressor clutch or a relay module (my money is on the latter.) Back to top #4 Chris Chris Community Manager Community Manager 15,452 posts Name:Chris Hawkins Location:Bakersfield, Use extreme caution when working around the A/C system. The larger relay in the electrical box had continuity between two diagonal poles. http://camtronics.net/chevy-silverado/2005-chevy-silverado-ac-not-working.html After thoroughly inspecting the connector for damage the terminal retaining comb was removed from the old and the new harness connectors.

Next Post a reply 32 posts • Page 1 of 4 • 1, 2, 3, 4 A/C blows cold and then hot but only on one side by KY-Kid [OP] » 2005 Silverado Blower Motor Fuse chris71 Combustion on 1 piston [L2]Posts: 105Topics: 13Images: 7Joined: Apr 13 2011, 4:25pmYears of membership: Location: northern VA Year: 2014 Make/Model: GMC Sierra Group Membership: • Registered users Top Re: A/C Be sure to stagger the spliced connectors as much as possible in order to have a neater and less troublesome repair.

I've installed it and it started working then it just stopped.

The cost should be around (don't hold me to this) but I think it is around 80 to 120 dollars. After the cover is removed disconnect the harness connector and inspect for damage. I recently completed a video on this repair as well. 2005 Silverado Ac Blows Hot Air OK, you're on the right track.

My '04 Silv has the same exact problem as your's... One of the LEDs for the temp control died several years ago and I have read that those arent the most reliable pieces of equipment on the trucks. There is a plastic cover that has to be removed to gain access to the resistor and wiring. navigate here Jerkyking Firing on 3 cylinders [L1]Posts: 36Topics: 4Images: 9Joined: Aug 04 2011, 9:53pmYears of membership: Location: Michigan's UP Year: 2011 Make/Model: Chevrolet Silverado Extra Info: Bad Ass Group Membership: • Registered

Special leak detectors are used to detect leaks around hoses, fittings, and valves. TechHelp2 27 Jul 2016, 20:29 RE:Scott, If you push the contacts together weather the system is empty or full the compressor will still go on as long as you have 12 Passenger side is fine, driver side is broken. The clutch clicked on and off although it didn't sound right but it would engage immediately.

Also you should do a drag test on the terminals to check the spring tension. The blower resistor is located on the passenger side of the vehicle behind the glove box.