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Find everything that fuse circuit controls, disconnect those circuits one at a time to find which one is causing the fuse to blow. That fuse controls radio--power windows--instrument illumination--cassett player. It is possible the component it self isn't causing the problem, could be wiring circuit.
With the vehicle cold, check your coolant level and fill it up it it is low. Start with your heater hoses. Check to see if one hose is hotter than the other. If so, then you have a bad or malfunctioning heater control valve (if equipped) or a bad heater core. If the vehicle never gets up to operating temperature, your should change your thermostat.
If there was a new compressor installed, did you plug it in?
There are LOTS of things that can cause an A/C system to just blow hot air. It could be an electrical problem or it could be a hole in the system that is allowing all the freon to leak out. The system needs to be properly diagnosed before anyone can help you.
there is a fuse for your A/C inside your kick panel.
but the issue here is not caused by a blown fuse. here are the probable causes:
1. freon - either your system lacks/leaks freon. have an A/C mechanic refill your freon and have a leak test. 2. compressor is not engaging - when you turn on the switch of your A/C, you should here a 'CLICK' sound in the engine. this means that the compressor (A/C motor) is already doing its job. have an electrician check if the wires are properly installed in your new unit