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My subaru out back 06 model with turbo the air conditioning electronic clutch burned up. Would that shut down the entire heating system? If so what's the fix?

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SOURCE: Not getting any heat from my Automatic air conditioning and heating heating system

Could be a couple of things. The first thing that I would check would be the coolant level in the radiator, if that is low it can cause the heater not to blow hot air. The second thing I would find out is if the control to change from cold to hot is actually working? ( if it is a manual slider then the cable might have come off of the control behind the dash...if it is digital then there may be a wire off?) The third thing it might be is that your Heater Core went bad and will need to replaced. As I said above, I would check the coolant level first and go from there. Hope it helps!

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SOURCE: I have a 1999 GMC 3/4 ton truck. My air conditioning doesn't work

if it is low on freon the compressor will have 0 volts becuase the low pressure switch on the evaporator isn't triggering...if you have freon then replace the low pressure switch...take a small piece of wire and disconnect the low pressure switch and jump the two sides of the plug together...compressor should come on

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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SOURCE: air conditioning won't work on 2000 subaru outback

the most common cause of course is a low system refrigerent charge, this would be due to a leak, the most common cause of leakage is the front shaft seal of the AC compressor

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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SOURCE: heat/ac fan doesn't work

go to the ac fan resistor first - then check the fan itself (put 12 v), remove climate control and check plug for shortage-melted wires

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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SOURCE: according to the mechanic the clutch magnetic

I think what your mechanic is saying is that the clutch mechanism on your A/C compressor is bad. What this is "a magnetically controlled clutch which activates the A/C compressor and allows it to work"
so without the clutch the compressor will not function as it should.

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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