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i must disagree that the diagnostics should stop here. Use an ohm meter on the clutch if you get a reading under 200 ohms and no ac with power to clutch check the gap if wear has made this to large clutch will not engage. remove center bolt to pull off outer clutch plate and take out spacer washer reassemble and check gap. cool air should now be in the system. this worked for me on a 2001 f250 super duty 7.3l.
Last edited by Tsamti; 05-26-2011 at 10:29 PM.
Reason: model of truck this worked on