Hope you can help. 2002 Chevrolet Suburban LT 1500 4x4. For a couple of weeks now the A/C hasn't worked, on Friday I had it re-gassed, there was only 2lbs in the system when there should have been 3lbs. Tried to get the A/C to cut in but no joy. The engineer said he had no idea why. I've bridge the terminals at the pressure switch and checked all the fuses and checked the relays (all OK) and can't get the compressor clutch to "Click in". Then somebody said, "Maybe it's because over the last month the temperature here in the UK has not been higher than 4 degrees, and having "Computer Climate Control” the A/C won’t kick in because the ambient temperature is too cold”, they also suggested maybe I need to re-set something after re- charging”.
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I've just done an axle oil change on my 2002 Suburban 1500 4x4 LT. I have the build sheet for it, it stated "Locking Rear Differential $252" however, when I drained the oil it was obvious the rear axle was a bog standard rear axle, which made me think the dealer had "Bumped" the original owner for $252,but when I dropped the skid pan, the front axle was I believe to be, according to the glove box info' a G80. My question is: Is this normal to fit a locker to the front axle?
Gus in the UK.