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I cannot find the fuse box

The air conditioner quit working and will not accept any freon

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The fuse box could be in a lot of places the most common is below the dash or even on the side of the dash where the door needs to be opend in order to see it another place is in the glove compartment either way it will have a cover panel pop this off and the diagram and some fuse pullers should be on the back

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If that works, and a few days go by and it quits, you probably have a leak somewhere.

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