Sensor Circuit

1. IN-CAR SENSOR

(Located in console box) Check sensor resistance. 1.7 — 5.6 kSl (0 — 25°C or 32 — 77° F)

2. VERIFY AIR IS SUCKED IN IN-CAR SENSOR

NOTE: If there is an open circuit in the sensor, the system will operate at maximum heating. Conversely, if there is a short in the system, it will operate at maximum cooling.

3. AMBIENT SENSOR

(Located on condenser) Check sensor resistance. 0.4 - 0.6 k£2 (0 - 25° C or 32 - 77° F)

4. SOLAR SENSOR

Check sensor voltage. 0.3 -0.5V (In Daylight)

4. SOLAR SENSOR

Check sensor voltage. 0.3 -0.5V (In Daylight)

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