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A/c compressor staying on , stays cold even when turned off .

A/c compressor staying on . wether i put it on just fan or turn it off system staying on . not blower fan. I think it might be a fused relay but i dont know which one it is. 02 nissan altima 3.5 V6

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Sounds just like the relay is stuck

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