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In your case, the two most likely reasons given the symptoms would be:
- the pressure sensor/switch
- the evaporator temperature sensor/switch
I would mainly suspect the pressure switches (high pressure switch, and a low pressure one)....
These can be eliminated or confirmed as culprits, by using jumper wires on their respective connectors.....so remove the connector of the first switch, put a jumper wire on the connector pins, and try the A/C........the one that sorts the issue, would be the faulty one.
Here is the low pressure switch:
And the high pressure:
IF these do not sort the issue, you need next to get to the evaporator temp sensor/switch:
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YOu may also check the clutch compressor relay (swap for testing purposes and try the system).
These should cover the most likely culprits.......
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