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Is there another way to run serpentine belt without using the ac at all? The a/c keeps turning on and off couseing power surges and drains on all of the lights. Is there a way to disconnect the a/c compressor so that it will not turn on at all? Would removing the fuse work? If so can anyone find a 94' taurus sho fuse diagram?

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  • peterr05 May 28, 2009

    I do not know where either of those are. I know where the compressor itself is but not which wire would be the right one. Help?

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The simplest solution to your dilemna is to remove the wire from the A/C compressor -- A/C clutch will not engage.

You can also remove the A/C relay -- do you know where that is?

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  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 28, 2009

    The compressor clutch wire is plugged onto the compressor right behind the clutch -- should be one connector.



    The A/C relay will be near the compressor maybe on the ducting at the firewall. You can have someone turn the A/C on & off repeatedly and listen for a slight click in this area -- the click is the relay activating.

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