WOW, alot going on in this thread. I still dont think the original question got answered so I registed to do so. First of all, the compressor clutch that has broken fingers. Replace it. The compressor imput shaft retainer has broken which allowed the clutch assy to slide out which in turn, broke the fingers. Because the clutch is electrical, when it moved from it's normal location it caused a short which most likely fried the a/c amplifier. (very common)
Well then. After entire comressor replacement, you will notice everything should be working but no cold air is coming from the vents. This is due to the compressor not engauging due to no power. Remove your a/c control head and radio to gain access and you will see a black plastic box towards the top center in the dash board. This is your a/c amplifier. There are two connectors, the one closest to you is the one your testing. The upper left side of the connector will have a blk/blue wire and next to it a blue/blk wire. This is your compressor power feed. You should have power on both (with engine running and a/c on) if the amp is good. You'll most likely find one power and the other is ground. If so, feed power to the grounded wire with the engine running and a/c on. Give it a second and see if the air starts blowing cold. (it will) This means your a/c amplifier is bad. Replace it and ROCK ON. Hope this helps.
One wire has power and the other one doesn't. Jumped power to it and still no ac. Is the amplifier still bad or do I have another issue? Also replaced the control valve in the compressor, and the expansion valve. The low side has high pressure, so its not kicking on. About to burn it! Any help would be great.