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Old 05-16-2007
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Originally Posted by rwenzing
If it engaged when you jumped B+ to the black/yellow and it doesn't engage otherwise, then there must not be any voltage present on the black/yellow from the clutch control circuit. However, I'm sure that you said there is 12v across the compressor clutch coil from that circuit with the A/C on. How can both be true?
i have no clue.....i will double check when i get off work, but i swear when i put my volt meter on the B/Y wire and the B wire, i was reading 12v (even with the truck running which usually runs at about 13.9v)........

i checked the fuse last night (spot 18 in the dash fuse box) and it was fine.....

i know i am getting power out of my purple wire because my e-fan is engaging........
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