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Old 11-09-2007, 10:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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i recently had to drive thru some very high flood water with my company's Carry. shortly afterwards i started to get a very loud and ominous grating noise if i have the A/C on and i try to drive forward.
i can change the gears as usual but when i start moving forward it's like something is broken.. and this only happens when the A/C is on.

any suggestions?
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Old 11-10-2007, 04:59 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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check aircon compressor belt. could be slipping.
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yup, it's possible. try also checking other belts which could have come in contact with it.
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ok figured it out... was hard to do by myself.... apparently the cross beam under the vehicle got bent into the compressor and the blade were hitting the beam when i engaged the gears. lol

not a particularly helpful thread i know but at least my problem was sorted out.
now al i hafta do is change the clutch plate. and the AC fan. which were also damaged in the flood.

thanks for the advice guys.
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what? There are no blades on the ac compressor. When you put it in gear? huh

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ok figured it out... was hard to do by myself.... apparently the cross beam under the vehicle got bent into the compressor and the blade were hitting the beam when i engaged the gears. lol

not a particularly helpful thread i know but at least my problem was sorted out.
now al i hafta do is change the clutch plate. and the AC fan. which were also damaged in the flood.

thanks for the advice guys.
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