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AC Not working in a 98 Mustang V6

Please help!!!! Ac will not work. I am not getting any power to the ac unit at all. No leaks and we have just finished recovering and charging the system to it norm stats but no change. I have tried to locate my relay switch but have no clue where it is located under the hood.

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  • daniel_tracy Jun 27, 2009

    We know the location however we are unable to figure out which one is which. The owners manul nor the haynes book we have will tell us anything

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It is in the fuse panel compartment that is located under the hood.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

  • Charles Moore Jun 27, 2009

    when looking at it from the front then it should be the bottom one or the top one. it differs on the stangs

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