Question about 1997 Ford F250 SuperCab
You should check and make sure both the fuses aren't blown and the wires aren't showing serious signs of wear. I would be careful running bare wires from the battery to components, too. Today's cars have a lot of sensitive equipment in them that can be damaged.
Obviously it is not the A/C system itself, since you got it to run, which leads me to believe its something in the fuse box or in the wires. Sometimes there are a couple of different fuse boxes (one near the dashboard, and another under the hood somewhere). Also, some of the wires could be hard to check. I would use a multimeter if you have one, or borrow one from a friend (make sure you read the manual first). Use it to check and make sure the voltage is getting to the A/C compressor through the wire. Let me know what you find.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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