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hello, check all fuses, and relays, make sure wires to ac is not broke or has been pinched, sometimes you can run hot wire from battery, to compressor, touch hot side of plug in on comp wire see if it will kick on, if so sounds like a short, if compressor dont kick on with hot wire run to it, tap the out side of comp clutch and see if it kicks on, these compressors will not kick on any way if they are low on freon, once freon is full it should work.
Use a 12v test light, wrap the probe with electical tape, leaving a 1/4" exposed. Touch the probe to
the bottom center contact(+)of the socket, and ground the clip wire to the metal side of the socket.
If the light comes on, check the plug on your device.
If not try another ground, if it still won't come on
check the fuses.On the top of the fuses on each
side of the amp rating stamp 20a/30a etc. you will
see very small metal contacts.
Ground the test light wire and touch the probe to
each side of the fuses. There should be power on both sides, if you have power only on one side the
Fuse is bad. Hope this helps. Good luck.