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Air conditioner not working 1990 Toyota Supra

I have a 1990 Supra with an air conditioner problem. The clutch to the compressor does not engage. There is suposed to be a 10 amp fuse for the circuit but I can not find it. The book that came with the car indicates it is behing a kick panel on the passenger side but there I find what looks like an ECU. Any ideas?

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Check your freon level the pressure switch will not allow the compressor clutch to engage if the freon level is low.

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