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2001 Ford Taurus battery dead, recharged and now the air conditioner blows hot air. Could it be a fuse or switch to re-activate the air conditioner

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Look at the front of the a/c compressor when the system is turned on and see if the clutch is engaging. there is a plug there for that assy. otherwise, check the fuse box.

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