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Cherokee ac blower fuse

When I change out the A/c Fuse, the A/c will blow really cold for around three minutes before blowing the fuse again. I have been told that it may be the electric fan motor (car does not run hot), or the compressor. Any ideas???

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  • Matt Apr 30, 2013

    My heat still works fine. Before my a/c completely stopped working, it would stop blowing if the motor was turning higer rpms when going up a hill or accelerating but resume working when the rpms went lower.

  • Matt May 07, 2013

    Thanks, I took it to a trusted mechanic and he is certain that the compressor clutch needs to be replaced.

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Its not the fan motor. That would blow a different fuse. IT could be the compressor clutch that is shorting out.

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  • Brad Brown Apr 30, 2013

    If you are saying that you can run the heater fan without the A/C for extended periods and not blow the fuse, with the problem that you are describing it sounds to me like the A/C system is having a problem with the high side pressure. When you are running at high RPM and the A/C quits, it is because there is too much pressure building up in the system. The high side switch kicks the compressor out and it quits making cold air. When the pressure drops it tries to kick the compressor back on and it blows the fuse because either the high side switch is bad or the compressor has a bad clutch.

  • Matt May 07, 2013

    Thank you for your help!

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