looks like your CCRM (constant control relay module) was bad and they bypassed it to make the AC work.
so is this a new account for the same person or are you helping this person fix the car?I took the wire out of the fuse, it did not engage the compressor and didn't blow cold air. I tested the wire from the fuse relay, and it was not hot, but the fuse without the relay is hot.
hmmm, maybe you can follow up on this as well?I will get pictures of the ccrm tonight
umm, the car's vin says 08/02 on the vin sticker.hmmm, maybe you can follow up on this as well?
i will do just that, but what if the ccrm doesn't fix the compressor not turning on?hmmm, maybe you can follow up on this as well?
Your car is clearly a 2002 !So the compressor is a 2003 yet the car is a 2002. How do you know it's a 2003 compressor then? What makes it different from a 97-02?
you probably should take the car in to be serviced for the ac because its overfilled. I've explained that in my previous post when i mentioned why its important to know the difference in the parts.update: got the ccrm replaced and ripped out the hot cable, and it blew cold air for a little,but i think the ac system might have a leak. The hood latch is replaced, but the cable itself is either bent or damaged. The hood is basically latched permanently until i can replace the hood release cable. How would i go about pulling out the old release cable?
I did replace the hood latch, that's why the hood is permanently shut for the moment. The hood release cable was broken before i got the car, and i cannot pull out the one from my parts car.you probably should take the car in to be serviced for the ac because its overfilled. I've explained that in my previous post when i mentioned why its important to know the difference in the parts.
there is no problem with your cable. your problem is with your latch. You should probably just get another latch, line it up, then install it.