1989 ford crown victoria ltd 5.0 ac clutch fan

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Asked by Jun 23, 2017 at 06:46 PM about the 1989 Ford Crown Victoria Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My air conditioning pulley on my 1989 ford crown
victoria stop spinning and I would like to know how
to fix it... I just had a daughter and it's hot asf
outside and need guidance on how to repair the
problem thanks

6 Answers

299,745

Sounds like you have a leak in the system, and when the refridgerant gets too low , a switch will activate to turn off the AC compressor to help protect it. Take the car into the shop and have them perform an AC service for you.

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Thanks how would I find out if there's a leak somewhere will make a noise if I put refrigerant in the low port???? Are just take my money and go to the shop ???

299,745

If you have AC gauges for the low and high port and know the procedure on adding the oil and dye to find the leak, you can, but it sounds like a trip to your mechanic is in order.

299,745

If a leak is found most times it's a hose, o-ring or other part like the accumulator that will need to be replaced before filling the system. If you buy the refrigerant in a can at the auto parts store, you'd be adding it to the air and wasting your money.

299,745

https://www.harborfreight.com/ac-r134a-manifold-gauge-set- 60806.html

299,745

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9nt1T6qs4o

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