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The air conditioner quit.

The controls inside work fine. The a/c light on the dash works. the compressor does not engage. I don't know if it is an electrical problem or it is low on freon.

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Check the fuse box under the hood. The fuse to the A/C compressor clutch may have gone bad and needs to be replaced. The other thing to is if the R134a I low in the system your A/C compressor will not work also to prevent it from seizing up due to lack of compressor oil from the R134a. You can buy a recharge kit to recharge the system for around $50.00, just make sure you buy the kit with a gauge. The low side where your going to be charging the system should be anywhere from 35PSI to 50PSI and the high side should be around 150PSI to 200PSI. If you do have a leak and you lose your A/C with in 1 month, your going to have to have it repaired, most of the time it's going to be a bad O ring.
Good luck and keep me posted. Be glad to help. and almost forgot, check the relay to the A/C compressor too.

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You can run alternate power source to ac clutch to see if compressor works,if comp comes on should have leak,can buy dye and freon at locale parts house fairly cheap and install to find leak.Good place to look for leak is in front of radiator in ac condensor,rocks from road tend to damage them frequently.

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I would say low on freon. Try to fill with freon with sealer in it. You may have a small leak. Use refill with gauge so you dont over fill. If you have a bad leak you will find it fast. Compressor could be bad, but try above first, then you will know.

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