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Old 08-07-2019, 07:11 AM
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2004 Frontier King Cab
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1998 Frontier
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Originally Posted by Cusser View Post
When the cooling is less (I assume that the air volume out the vents is unchanged), pull over, leave engine and AC on, and visually check to see if the AC compressor is engaged or if the AC clutch outer pulley is just spinning freely and the center not turning.
I just removed an AC clutch shim on my 1998 Frontier to adjust the AC clutch gap, about 6 weeks ago. And it has worked perfectly (Arizona) since then. On mine, I used three 5mm bolts to pull the clutch drive plate off, did all this with compressor and belt installed. See Post #126 here 1998 Nissan Frontier - Page 7
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