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I can't find the air compresser relay for 02 lincoln towncar

I look by the compressor and i did not see it please help me

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and i am looking for compersser relay,i can't find anywhere.at the moment it is not working

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The A/C relay should be under hood under black cover that will say electrical center or something like that it should be by battery

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