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Old 04-18-2019, 03:10 PM   #19
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Well I took the motor access panel off and watched the clutch while I hit the a/c button and the clutch never moved. From my understanding there is a coil under/behind the pulley and when it gets energized (pressing the a/c button), it pulls the clutch back against the pulley which causes the clutch to rotate and turns the compressor.

So I believe I have a bad connection to the coil or the coil has gone bad.

Did not have time today to track down the coil wire connections to see if they are broken or somehow I disconnected the main wire while doing other work on the car and did not realize it.
2003 Boxster S
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