Click on image to view it larger in a new tab. As I mentioned, I do have a good charge as the ac pressure sensor is sending a. Thanks to freeengineinfo for the pictures This plastic engine guard is located under the passenger side and will need to be removed to access the air conditioning. I hope this is it. Getting readings between all pins - but not short and not open. They say there is no part on file. Have to do a lot of research and put the pieces together.
Please be sure to test all of your wires with a digital multimeter before making any connections. When doing so I noticed that the clutch assy. So after checking the forums and alldata. Cause for both units, I get K olms readings on and off the car. This should be a good test of the relay, right? I could have two bad ones, but need to confirm something. The arrow points to the idle tensioner.
Here is the new clutch reassembled on the old ac compressor unit. Well that's comforting - as I have ordered a replacement and just waiting for it to arrive. The damage this can do even if you do not get hurt can far out weight the cost of having a pro deal with it. Interesting results - 1 I am getting. They say there is no part on file. I'll post the result of installing the replacement when it arrives. We will show to you this starting circuit diagram for the 1949-1954 Plymouth all models.
As I did for the power steering pump? Any harder to pull off than a pulley on a power steering pump? Just dont short pin 1 and 2 and you will be okay. I have a 1998 Pymouth Grand Voyager. If your gauge was pegged in the red, your systems is not low, pressure should fall into the normal area once the compressor runs. So here are my questions; 1 Is there something funky about recharging Plymouth systems that prevents you from using an over-the-counter kit? Swapped relay with blower relay and checked fuse. Not sure and can't find what those readings should be. It's not all in one place or really obvious.
I don't want to screw anything else up - so what would cause this? This three jaw puller can be used to remove this pulley, first you will need to loosen the bolt located in the center of the pulley. It's just as likely a link to this forum is posted on other forums. I will also post my problem on the forum you mentioned. Near You That's Commando Authorized. So here are my questions; 1 Is there something funky about recharging Plymouth systems that prevents you from using an over-the-counter kit? The ignition system of the Plymouth all models made during the year 1946-55 have the following components: coil, 6 volt battery, distributor, solenoid, ignition, and ammeter.
Reibies, Napa, and Auto Zone - nada. Reibies, Napa, and Auto Zone - nada. The Voyager manufactured by Plymouth is no exception to this rule. I could use a vacation right now to get out of the 110 °F weather here. Luckily located at the back of the belt tensioner is a block that an adjustable wrench fits on. The following wiring schematic is the interior light wiring diagram of the 1992 Plymouth Voyager.
Unlike a book, your online manual takes up no shelf space, and it gets updated whenever new information is released by the manufacturer. That is an excellent suggestion! So conclusion right now is that; 1 Relay is good because I swapped it with the blower relay and the blower works with this ac compressor relay. Before you remove the pulley remove the center piece first and refer to the picture two spaces below. This repair is not worth the money you save by trying to do the repair at home. Getting 5V to sensor with car running. I have a 1998 Pymouth Grand Voyager.
You can do that too. You can find a + Positive Parking Light wire at the Marker Lights out under the hood and make the connection there without adding the extra relay Part 775. Before performing any wiring work, do study this wiring diagram comprehensively. What is your opinion on this. I have pulled those off and reinstalled on a new power steering pump. In our Commando Installer Database and Receive Installation Leads For Free! Any help is greatly appreciated! My vent controls were not working - so I am hoping it will fix that problem too.