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In response to Bret Bodas answer to A/C Shutoff

(1997 Ford F-150)
in Westland, MI on April 20, 2009
Voltage check done - recieving voltage. Is the clutch housed in the compressor or is it seperate. What type of service would I need?
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on April 20, 2009
Great, so the A/C is turned on, the clutch is receiving voltage, and the compressor is not working, this means you will need to replace the clutch. You can get just a clutch, but you will find that a new compressor w/clutch is very close in price, and with labor and the miles on the compressor it doesn't justify replacing just the clutch.
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