Question about 1998 Honda Civic
No fuse or relay, first if the compressor is not engaging, most times means your system is low on freon. There is a low pressure switch that keeps the compressor safe if not enough freon to run properly. Buy you a can of 134a with a reusable valve/hose and add a little to the system. The valve will have a gage to show if it is low or not. If it is not low, then the pressure switch may be bad.
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