Just add a little more R134a to the system. The chiller bolted in right onto the lines, no cutting or anything.
Funny you mention that. My compressor just stops. It happens on the dyno. Happens driving around. Happens at the track. Pressures are normal - race valve on and off - I have no clue why it’s doing it. I’m truly getting annoyed.yea, I didn't think there was much to it. My IAT's are in the low 100's consistently...I don't know what to do to get them down. I really don't think I have air in the system..I've been burping it all day...literally. Also, went and had my AC freon redone, no real change...something about the compressor not cycling had the mechanic concerned...higher low side and low high side...
Ok so it wasn’t just me, I had to add an ounce or two as wellSo, took the car to the local dealership. My service advisor has a SS also, treats mine better than most Caddy's on the lot...tech drained the system, and when refilling noticed the system took MORE than advertised. 1.2# is what supposed to go in based on the book and Phil's instructions. Car took 1.3. so, maybe that is the problem...I guess the extra ounce makes a big difference
Interestingly enough, I never had this problem - ever. That’s why I stuck with stock wires...Woof. I have one wire pushing on the hvac box and one just barely touching a wrapped primary. I'm waiting for the same thing to happen.
Still at the tuner - had to wait for the plugs and wires. There was a Caddy on the rollers when I stopped by last week. I don’t know of the tuner came to work - doubt it. The snow in NJ was enough to make the roads ugly yesterday and his shop is 60ish miles from his house. I’ll hit him up next week.In for an update...how did the car do?