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First, check the fuses. Your Owner's Manual will list which fuses are for the Air Conditioner Compressor and Blower Fan. If these fuses are good, it is likely that your system has lost refrigerant charge due to a leak, usually in one of the high pressure refrigerant lines.
If the fuses are good, and if you do not understand air conditioning systems, you should take the truck directly to a competent mechanic to have the system checked further.
I assume you checked fuses for condition and power to and through the fuse to the fan. Locate the fan motor and check for power and ground with a volt ohm meter. Check for continuity thru the motor t make sure it is not bad.
whats the fuse for. if it operate the air conditioning system on the engine fuse box ur compressor clutch is burnt. if its the fuse inside the car it o\powers the hvac controls. put a new fuse on unplug ur compressor clutch connector and turn the engine on switch your air conditioning and heating controls on and off see if it blows the fuse again if it does then u have a problem with ur inside wiring circuit or heating ventilation air conditioning controls. good luck.
Well as long as he did not unplug any fuse or repace the blown fuse in the a/c fuses spot then it just maybe just bad luck.Anyway check to make sure the belt is on the compressor,and if thats ok make sure the compressor is coming on.If it is then get it recharged and put some dye in it to help find the leak.
I would check the AC or blower fuse to start with. If you have the drivers manual it will show you where the fuse box is. Typically there are at least two boxes to check. One in the Engine compartment and one in the passenger cabin.
Look inside the lid of the fuse box to see which fuse may apply to the AC circuits or the blower and check to see if they are blow. the metal link between the two posts that plug in. If the link is missing you need to replace the fuse with one of the same rating. Make sure you know where you took the fuse out from and put it back in the same slot if its good. Check all the main fuses if possible to see if any have blown and replace if they have.