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I have a Mazda 2,2005 model. It idles just under 1000rpm and

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Hi. I have a Mazda 2,2005 model. It idles just under 1000rpm and then makes a clickin noise when aircon comes on.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Australia Car
Expert:  indy-tech replied 1 year ago.

With the engine running and A/C switched ON look at the compressor clutch and see if the clicking is coming from it

you will see it cycle on and off as it clicks .

How often does it click

Is the A/C still nice and cold .


Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Aircon is nice and cold. Does it when sitting at lights or a stand still when first starting car to cool down. Dan
Expert:  indy-tech replied 1 year ago.

Sounds like the compressor clutch is cycling on and off .

Need you to check this because if the compressor is not cycling then it could be the compressor itself .

We have just changed one for the same problem on at idle would click internally and after getting over 1000rpm would stop .

So at idle lift the bonnet and check the compressor clutch each times it clicks should stop then start turning this you will see .

If does not do this then possible compressor failure .

Remember i am not there to hear see or check I'm only going on experience so you need to check and if the sound is coming from else where let me know .

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Kind regards Greg.

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