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A/C Problem what could it be?

A/C Switch is on, but fans and A/C clutch isn't engaging. Relay and fuses check, but still no go. Worked when parked, hour later nothing.

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  • sheriandwill Jun 19, 2009

    was ice cold, now the fans are not even turning on. could it be in the switch on the dash? heard they could go bad.

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Low freon...system needs charged

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