I don't think the compressor is variable displacement. But I would be interested if there are some made for something...I need some details on the workings of the AC unit for 06.
Is the compressor a variable displacement compressor?
If so what sensor changes the displacement and where is it located?
Do they watch high and low side pressure or temperature?
Maybe the difference is the 134 vs R12? The numbers you see are a little higher, however they still perform quite well.The dealer tells me the AC is fine and the reason I don't believe him is the AC in my older vehicles work MUCH better. The AC in my Dodge will cool after a while but not like I think it should. Since Dodge won't fix the AC that leaves it up to me.
The reason I thought the compressor might be variable is the high and low side pressures did not act like AC I am familiar with. Someone mentioned a variable displacement compressor but I could not verify that as Chrysler may have some kind of special valving in place. This is what I am trying to find out here.