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Old September 19th, 2016, 05:17 PM
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Rovers North AC testing question

Hi,

The kind people of Rovers North have been helping me diagnose my AC issues, but I would appreciate it if anyone had info on...

On the "Rover's North" under dash AC kit for a Defender...

Can I remove the trinary switch without depressurizing the system?

Can someone describe the way to test the trinary switch by the pins on the back(possibly describing which pin is which by wire color)? Do I need to remove the switch to test it or can I test it in place? I can get to the back of it installed, but it is horribly awkward under the unit/hard to see.

Help is appreciated. I had a faulty voltage regulator which seems to have fried a variety of things....

Many thanks!
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