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Ac use to work fine up until now. I don't know if its a fuse or what. Where is the ac fuse located at, in a 97 crown vick

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When you say the ac is not working, do you mean the blower or the compressor is not engaging. If the compressor is not engaging, the system is low on refrigerant and needs to be checked for leaks and recharged. If the blower is not working, it will most likely be the resistors in the multiple speed switch.

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