When a A/C Compressor Pressure Cutoff Switch breaks it can result in a very dangerous experience for even the most seasoned drivers. If you have passion for a Pontiac, you should recognize that maintaining it in good working order is imperative. Pontiac enthusiasts will know that the reason A/C Compressor Pressure Cutoff Switch parts of OEM quality are the only ones that belong on their ride. If you started to hear some unusual sounds and your Pontiac needs some parts replaced, then we've got what you are looking for.
When your Pontiac is driving down the road and the air conditioning turns off, it's probably happening because the system is doing what it's supposed to be doing. Excess pressure can build up in the lines if the compressor is faulty, so the A/C compressor pressure cutoff switch turns it off so the hoses or connectors don't blow up. This is critical for any older compressor that may have some other mechanical issue that you cannot detect. Your Pontiac A/C compressor pressure cutoff switch may need to be tested and/or replaced if you are experiencing continuous shutdowns or high-pressure damage.
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