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Old 06-12-2013, 11:19 PM   #1
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How to unplug the AC low pressure sensor?

I’m trying to check if the low pressure AC switch is open. I was able to get to it by removing what I think is the cruise control servo. I can get a hand on the connector but no matter where and how hard I squeeze it just won’t come off. Obviously I am doing something wrong but there is nothing in the TIS manual regarding how to unplug this thing.

Is there some special tool I need? I’m on the verge of cutting the two damned wires, testing the switch and then using a couple of speed nuts to reconnect the wires. I really don’t want to do that so any help would be appreciated.

Please help! The “boss” is constantly complaining about the AC not working and how it makes her sweat in the car.


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