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Jeep Wrangler 03 A/C stopped working abruptly

My 03 Wrangler Sport's A/C just stopped blowing cold air one day. Not Hot hot air but certainly zero cold air coming from the blower. (Fan works fine as well heat is great).

It has just over 70K miles on it.

I have no idea what this could be. Is it possible it is only a fuse?
Where is the A/C fuse located?
I have read similar prob. w/other model Jeeps as a "door" issue.

Thnx.

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This may be the AC compressor cycling switch is defective. It is located in the larger of the 2 AC lines coming from the compressor, it has a wire connector to it with 2-3 wires. To verify this is the issue jumper the connector with a small piece of wire and see if the compressor runs.

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