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09-07-2012 10:24 AM
boothboy LATECK is right . In all likelihood you've got a bad compressor. That is assuming that all the nuts and bolts holding the compressor and bracketry are tight.
A bad bearing would make a light to heavy roaring sound depending the condition of the bearing with the compressor disengaged.
09-06-2012 07:24 PM
LATECH Sounds like the compressor is noisy. The clutch wont act like you are describing.
09-06-2012 07:22 PM
brian12c
General A/C clutch question

If the A/C compressor only makes noise when the clutch is engaged, could the issue still be in the pulley/clutch bearing?

The car is a 2007 Ford 500. The noise increases equally with engine rpm, but only with the clutch engaged.

Thanks

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