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Testing clutch coil resistance.

TRB on Thu March 23, 2006 10:38 PM User is offlineView users profile

The other night I was at a a/c clinic and this was suggested as an easy way to check if you have a bad clutch coil. Get a 6 foot section of wire with a removable fuse holder. Place a 6 amp fuse in this holder and attach each end to you clutch coil terminals. Fire up the a/c system and if in 10 to 15 minutes its still working you are okay. If the fuse is blown good chance you have a bad clutch coil.

I don't recall what size wire to use but its a no brainier. Nothing too small and no battery cables!

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