That's right. Fixed!
My latest Legend too had a A/C problem.
I was in a local Parts shop by me and I saw R12 Cans and the Gauges sitting on the counter. I ask him if he can recharge mine because it is not cool. he said sure . So I left and a few days later after work I went to him and he hook up the connections and saw that I already had R12 in there!!!!! (85,000 miles on this car)
The A/C never worked since I got the car in March? Something like that. Well he turn on the AC and was inspecting the system and the Compressor Clutch will not go on. He wiggled wires and nadda.
He simply pointed out to me there is a wire (RED) that come from the compressor and when the A/C is on Blast or on al all the Wires sends voltages to the Compressor.
So I just gave hime a little something for trying and Went straight home and changed clothes and put the car on the Ramps. I went straight to that wire and I can see the metal connector hanging out of the connector. I turn the car on and the A/C on blast and got a light tester and touch that metal peace from the wire connector and got no light.
I then unplugged the wire from the connector and Touch the RED Wire Directly (coming from inside the car) and I got light!!
It turns out to be the wire was not making contact to turn on the A/C Compressor. I adjusted the wire (looks like someone pulled on the wire ) and push back that Rubber to insulate the wire and that was it.
All that time and it was a wire.
Half way threw the summer and it was a Wire
lol I have to laugh.
BTW That Chilton's Manual did not give me good troubleshooting for the A/C.
It mainly give me Removal and installation.