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Old 07-09-2002, 09:14 PM
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I'm with Jim, this is the usual scenario as you have outlined. I'd try jumpering the low pressure switch to see if the switch is closed 9by closing the wiring connection) if the compressor runs. Don't leave it jumped, "this is only a test".
On the cat, this could literally be a few thousand dollar proposition to do it with MB parts, i'm not aware of what's available in the aftermarket to replace it.
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