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AC wont work on 1998 ford mustang V6.

The clutch on the compressor is not kicking in. If you run a hotwire from the battery to the compressor wire the ac works, but without that I don't know why the AC wont work.

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There must be a faulty wiring in your airconditioning system, try to see an aircon technician for trouble shooting

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