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Old 11-14-2000, 09:52 PM
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The A/C could be low on freon. This is usually the case when a 124 will not turn on the compressor.

I would think that one of the wheel sensors may be disconnected. They are located under the hood. One near the fuse box and the other near the battery. They are round connectors that are realatively large in size....Check them. If this is not it, I would check the overvoltage relay.

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