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No power to ac unit

Ac dose not have power. at night when lights are on unit will glow. ive pulled from dash disconnected all connections reconnected and still no luck. 1999 jeep grand limited

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Hi..my name is Keith..it could be several differnt things..but the easiest things is check the A/C relay and fuse in the power distribution box..its usually located under the hood in a black box..the other thing is..if you are low on Freon..the A/C will not work..if this does not help..write back and i can give you more suggestions...but lets hope its somethimg simple

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Sounds like your ac compressor is shot.

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