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A/c quit coming on

My a/c has worked fine in my 2006 dodge cummins all along, yesterday the compressor will not come anymore. lots of condesation drip on ground recently

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Check the a/c clutch with the engine running and the airconditioner on first. If not then check the fuse/relay panel for a blown fuse or bad relay. If all of that is good then check the low pressure switch on passanger side of engine on top of the a/c line. Remove the pluf from switch and use a jumper wire to jump across the terminals in the plug. If the a/c clutch starts working then it is telling you the switch is either bad or you are low on freon. Check all connections on a/c system for any freon leaks. If you find any oily spots on the connections or around behind the clutch;you will need to have it repaired and recharged to correct the problem. Hope this will help you.

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