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Russell I just had a 07 in my stall last week for a failed compressor in which I had to flush the condenser 3x and the evaporator 2x just to get all the debris out. When you replace the compressor did you see any debris in the lines? Also when you replace the orface tube did you happen to cut it out the line to see if it had any metal on it? How much freon did you put in, it takes 1Lb 14Oz to fill it. If everything checks out then the next step would be to connnect a scantool and see exactly what your evaporator temp is, and if it's around 32 then you have a blend door issue in the dash... Have you checked any of the doors to see if they are operating correctly?
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I re-read your question and is your only issue the fan cycling or the a/c nt being cool enough.. By the performance test I attached it sounds like it's ok besides the constant cycling of the fan..
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Try disconnecting the high pressure switch and see if it quits, and if so replace the switch. And if it cycles with it disconnected you will need a scantool to monitor the requested and actual to see if the ECM is commanding it off/on or if the fan clutch is doing it on it's own.
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The switch on the compressor would be the low, the high is near the condenser on the high side discharge line.