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2006 3500 a/c problem

Compressor went out replaced it ... blew cold for few hours now wont come on i checked pressure good and no leaks can wire compressor strait to battery with jumper wire and air bloiws cold why will the switch not turn the compressor on is there a relay or something im missing

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See if you have power to the comp is it a 2006 see if you have power on thre dark blue and yellow wire if not could be a code set or problem with power module at left frnt fender

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