Question about 2001 Ford Ranger Regular Cab
When I turn on the A/c The compressor Doesnt turn on I looking to see if there is A fuse somewhere That I can locate and check it out. I have looked at Fuse Diagrams But I just cant find the compressor Fuse.
There is also a low pressure switch that is incorporated into your AC system. If you have lost to much R-134 the compressor will not engage. This is to protect the compressor so it does not seize up from lack of oil. Your AC system also has ester oil in the system to lubricate the O rings and seals to keep them soft so they seal. You can jump the pressure switch to override the low pressure. If the clutch on the compressor engages then you have a low charge in your system. Or, you can place a manifold gage set on the low and hi side of the system to see what pressures you are running. If you don't know anything about head pressures then don't attempt this process. Good luck.
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