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Old 06-09-2010, 12:21 PM   #11 (permalink)
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If the clutch is working, it should engage even if the compressor is frozen up. It will slip and burn out the clutch, or the pulley belt, but it should still engage if voltage is applied directly to it. It sounds like your clutch is cooked.

If you connect your switch directly to the AC compressor/condenser, you should probably also look into finding a way to trip the high idle switch. It's the Vacuum switching valve at the front of the engine, right hand side. The vacuum line from it goes back to the idle up plunger on the back side of your carburetor.

I found an AC installation manual for a 92 samurai... I don't know if that will help or not. Those are throttle body injected and are most likely wired differently. Online File Storage - Qdrive.net click that link then click the download icon. It's a PDF of the AC instalation manual on a 92 samurai.

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