yes I do, please print both pages and then tape them together since it was to big for my scannerI have a four relay bypass diagram but do you have a seven relay replacement diagram?
Marius,Hello I am having a somewhat similar problem with a 2001 golf.
The clutch in my ac comp is not engaging, not even if powered directly, the coil is receiving 8.9V with engine off and 9.3V with some jumping to 11.5V with engine on and ac to LOW (climatronic). Ended last summer with the ac blowing hot air while set to 21C/70F
My question is about the FCM, is it normal for the fans to be running all the time? And the voltage on the comp coil is it ok, because I have read that it should be around 4V. What checks do you recommend to diagnose this problem?
Thank you for posting this helpful info
coil should have continuity from one side to the other, I think you have found your problem Just stick with my notes and you will be OK. So get a new coil if you disconnected ac compressor connector and on the compressor side you read open. Don't remember what I wrote about new FCM specs but if you already checked with my notes then you are on the right track. If you buy FCM buy a good one, stay away from the ones that are $50 or less especially because mine lasted only for 2 weeks. Also if you have my diagram for the 7 relay FCM and if really know what you are doing with electrical jobs, then go ahead and do it. Use good and thick wires like they used on fcm and you shouldn't have any problems. Mine still works.Hello Almir,
I have a 2001 jetta TDI. The ac is not working. I have no resistance across the green and brown wires on the compressor clutch. I got a FCM from the junkyard and checked it against your specs. It read open across all 4 pins. My old one read the same. The driver side fan is not working when the ac is on. Do I need a new FCM or to build your Franken-FCM? I'm thinking yes. Also, does the open reading on the compressor clutch mean it is shot?
The noise you hear probably is not the bearing it is the air gap of your clutch that is too close and is scraping the other sideHi almir,
I have a 2003 golf with ALH engine. I just finished my complete timing belt job and noticed that the pulley on my ac makes a lot of noise when I spin it by hand, as if the bearing is shot, is there a chance to replace the bearing in the main pulley? Would you know what size of bearing I would need? Otherwise my ac works very well. Thanks