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Replaced air condition compressor an is cranking but not starting

Replaced air condition compressor and is cranking but not starting,it is a 99 lincoln town car

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    replace air conditioning compressor



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Check the crank sensor that is stuck in the block right by the A/C compressor. You had to unplug it to replace the compressor.

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