1999 Dodge Viper Q&A
1999 Dodge Viper Question: The original ac compressor stopped pumping but the clutch still works.
I replaced the compressor with a new one and the fuse blew. It seems that the clutch coil was shorted. So I ordered a new compressor. I tested the clutch and it activated with 12 volts. I replaced the compressor again. When I plugged in the car connector, it blew another fuse. Now that clutch wont work. I hook up the old clutch and it works fine. There is an electrical difference between the new clutches and the old clutch. What is the difference. I am frustrated. - moparlou
It ain't the clutch coil, find short in circuit going to it! The difference is the position the wire(s) are in with comp. installed. Blow fuse after charging system or else how are you sending voltage to the comp.? - pushrod
agree with push rod - globalhelper