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I turned my a/c on yest and no cold air so I assumed I was low in refigerant. I do have a slow

leak so this was no supprise.

My question is: Does the little green light embeded in the a/c on/off button blink when low on

refrigerant? I noticed when I turned the air on yest the light was blinking and this is the first

time I have experienced this. Or, is something else wrong.

I guess maybe the low pressure sensor activated the blinking light???

lexie

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I turned my a/c on yest and no cold air so I assumed I was low in refigerant. I do have a slow

leak so this was no supprise.

My question is: Does the little green light embeded in the a/c on/off button blink when low on

refrigerant? I noticed when I turned the air on yest the light was blinking and this is the first

time I have experienced this. Or, is something else wrong.

I guess maybe the low pressure sensor activated the blinking light???

lexie

I got the same blink A/C light problem,

Turn out my A/C clutch is bad.

Replace the A/C Clutch and working perfect now.

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A blinking A/C light means that the compressor is not turning when it should be.

If you are lucky, then it will be the clutch.

Most likely it will be the compressor itself that is locked up.

I think if you were just low on freon it simply would not run.

Tom

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