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Old 14-07-17, 06:31 PM   #1
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I am looking for the wiring connectors to the oil pressure switch and air con compressor switch. Please does anyone have them or can advise where I could get them. Tried all local scrapers etc but no luck.
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Old 14-07-17, 08:18 PM   #2
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These connectors are the same on many different models of peugeot and citroen so go back to the scrappy and look at ALL the peugeots not just 207s
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Old 15-07-17, 12:58 PM   #3
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Hi reliable,

I managed to find a connector today and tested the clutch. The clutch engaged and plate was spinning etc. but still no cold air. Do you know where I should look next?

I do have 2 codes po597 and po598 relating to the thermostat, do you think this could be the problem and if so is there anyway to know without changing the whole housing?

Or could it be the compressor itself? Again is there anyway to test. I have added a pic of a grey switch/sensor on tg compressor, does anyone know what it is/does?

Thanks and sorry for all the questions!
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If the compressor is running you should get some sort of cooling provided a]the compressor is pumping, b]you have enough gas in the system, c]there is no blockage in the system.

With the compressor running, does one pipe get cold[ish] and the other hot[ish]?

Ideally you need to get the running pressures, both low and high, checked by someone experienced with vehicle a/c. They will tell what exactly is happening.
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Old 16-07-17, 11:27 AM   #5
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Hi Will, i turned the fans to low while the clutch was running (from the alternate power supply) and left for a good 10 minutes but no cold air. Also none of the pipes were getting cold either.

I just have this hunch about the thermostat (due to fault codes) but don't know for sure as like you said in the other thread the systems are now quite complex and it's hard to know for sure. Worst thing is there doesn't seem to be any air con specialists round here and I've been to 3/4 garages and they don't want to know.
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Do you have gas in the system?
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last time i had this it was because the pump seals had gone dry so replaced pump.(could also hear it)

also have you had the system filled properly? as i once made the mistake of having the system filled by halfords (man with a big can), used only one port, no vacuum, and although it reached pressure initially it wouldnt engage the clutch.
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Well when I had the pressure read it came out high? But had a purge and regas and still nothing doing.
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It is sounding more and more like you have a blockage in the system. Unfortunately that is a job for a proper a/c person.
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Old 18-07-17, 07:51 PM   #10
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Yes i agree. Might have to travel a bit further to someone who hopefully knows what they are doing. Getting fed up with the car now though, tonight the temp gauge issue returned, then the car would start was just turning over, then started and ran fine.

Just seem to be wasting time and money.
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