Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Pearland, Texas
If you grabbed the front of the compressor and tried to turn it by hand, you have a locked up compressor. The clutch may have burned off enough surface that the air gap between the clutch hub and pulley is too wide for the clutch to engage. It's also possible that when the compressor seized, it let pressure off that is now keeping the low pressure switch from allowing the compressor to engage.
I suspect you'll be replacing the compressor soon. As others recommend, replace the orifice tube and accumulator, as they may be full of compressor parts.
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