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Username Post: Location of A/C pressure sensor
KOOL57
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KOOL57
06-29-18 05:40 PM - Post#2738552    

Duplicate of my post in MonteCarlo section. The Lumina (& maybe other models) should be the same.

1998 Monte Carlo 3.1V6.
Air Conditioner quit working. Compressor does not engage.
Thought I'd try a Haynes suggestion and force compressor on for a minute-see if it cools by using a jumper wire across the terminals of the low pressure sensor.
Where is this sensor? Haynes manual says its on the evaporator inlet line. I can see where the tubing enters the cabin-back behind the engine. And can (barely) see the 2 service ports down below the air cleaner. Can't see any switch.
My question today is: Where is this low pressure switch (sensor)?
SteveS
"If it ain't got fins, it ain't a real car!

KOOL57
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KOOL57
07-02-18 11:48 AM - Post#2738735    

Followup to my above post:
There is a fuse box on the passenger side of the engine compartment.
Most of the printing is worn off. Could someone tell me what each of
the fuses/relays are for. Or maybe a closeup pic of the cover.
Tanks. SteveS
"If it ain't got fins, it ain't a real car!

Bruce30
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07-14-19 11:34 AM - Post#2770682    

sounds like same issue I have with 2001 impala fuse box lid. My bottom half is a ghost image. I know something there but cant read
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