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Fan to a\c is working, no cool air though. There

Fan to ac is working, no cool air though. There is a plug hanging underneath car, does it go to the radiator so I can get a/c?

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Without actually seeing the plug which is hanging underneath, it could be the wire that goes to the magnetic clutch on the compressor.

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