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All modern vehicles have a fuse for the A/C. I would not know where the fuse box is for a 98 Ford Taurus, because I usually don't work with Tauruses, but I do know the A/C does run off a fuse box.

Consult your owners manual to locate the fuse center or box in your vehicle.

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