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A/c clutch wont stay engaged

So I've had issues with my ac, last year had to replace the pump. Everything worked good until now. It wants to stay cold whenever it wants and gets cold randomly. I took it to a ac shop they couldn't figure it out, we dumped freon and charged it to spec. No luck. All the relays and fuses work. Then replaced pressure switch. We direct wired and what do you know ac was blowing cold and non stop. I'm pulling my hair out why wont the clutch stay engaged.. please help
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post #2 of 4 Old 06-08-2018, 08:46 AM
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Probably electrical if jumpering the switch kept it running. A/c clutch gap too wide can also cause irratic operation so best to check and rule this out as well.
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Appreciate the advice I will be checking the gap once I get home and post what I find wrong with it.
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Ever find a solution to this. Is the clutch gap serviceable like the older generation super duty?
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