Getting codes, whats the next plan of action?
Okay I have a 94 LHS and I am slowly trying to get it back to good shape. I have replaced a bunch of little stuff and now I am looking at some of the big things.
I did the key on/off/on/off/on sequence and got 2 codes, a 32 and a 33.
The code 32 is apparently an egr problem but the engine light only comes on once in a great while (usually after driving for about 1 hour) so I am going to wait until my mileage and drivablity seems to suffer more then I will replace the egr assy (from what I hear, its about 120 bux or so).
The code 33 concerns me though. What exactly does that code mean? The description in the help file means: "open or shorted condition detected in the A/C clutch relay circuit."
Now I have a major a/c issue, when I turn it on, after about 30 to 50 seconds, the compressor then squeals and seizes up. I already bought a used compressor thinking that the compressor was bad, but could a bad relay be causing it to compress too much? i mean it would be a lot easier to just replace the relay than to open the whole system and replace the compressor, recevier dryer, expansion valve.
Will the compressor seizing up cause the code to throw?