Question about 2000 Ford Mustang
A/C compressor comes on but blows hot air, think it might be the fuse, but dont know what fuse goes to it. I know where the fuse boxes are located but I don't have a diagram since I don't have the owners manual. I had it checked for Freon(?) and the guy said it was full and that the compressor was fine, the cluch was fine and that the thing that rotates the belt was fine (sorry, I don't rememmer the name of that part). He said it was a fuse issue or a relay. And that I needed to find a Mechanic the worked on the electric system? Any advise to help me keep the cost under control? Thank you.
If the fuse is the problem it's located under the hood near the relay inside the rely box but I think you have a problem with the blend door not the fuse, if the compressor is turning and the fan is blowing then it also most certainly be a vacuum motor not functioning.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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