AC High/Low pressure switch bypass
Just wanted to poll the room on how many people have done this?
Well... I cannot blame bypassing the Hi/low pressure switch on the PO. According to the literature I read on the part it does both duties and requires adjustment. However I can blame allowing the AC system to short on the PO which fried the Hi/low pressure switch. To be fair I tried to replace the switch, but the requirement to use schrader valves must not have been in place at the time of manufacturer, so after accidentally venting a good bit of R-134a I managed to get it back on.
I now use an AC manifold. I leave mine connected, and check on it at every stop. However this is six to eight hours between stops so it's not that often.
1994 36' Classic Diesel Pusher