Question about 2006 Ford F-150
The A/C is ran threw the transmission computer are you having problems with it shifting funny? if so check all fuse in the inside of the truck then check the fuses in the engine compartment, if you don't find any blown fuses buy a AC connector and hook up one wire to ground on the battery and one to positive on the battery se if the clutch kicks in if it does try starting it and see if it gets cold if it does then it's the AC computer that has a problem like a pinched wire between the pan and transmission. Do not run a hot wire to the AC connector be sure to purchase one so you don't blow the transmission computer it costs $300 plus labor. it it does not run then pull the low pressure switch plug on the receiver dryer looks like a aluminum tank insert a paper clip into the plug then try it again if the ac comes on and cools then you have a bad pressure switch, it costs $10.00 and can be replaced without losing refrigerant then unhook your spare power connector and hook up the original hook up to the compressor and replace the low pressure switch it should work then. If it does not work get back to me and I will give you some other tests to check it with.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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