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2006 F150 5.4 fuse #11 keeps blowing when turning on ac in truck. clutch relay fuse.

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Hi: Have you just recharged your A/c with R-34 Refrigerant?If so It could be Over Charged.If you Have'nt Recharged it Then its very possible your Compressor could be Trying to Lock-Up,When the Clutch engages.Or Your clutch could be Faulty.Take off the Belt and try turning the compressor by Hand. A/c Systems also must have Compressor oil to Operate to Prevent Freezing Up. I Hope this Helps you to Resolve your Problem. Please reply with some feed back on this: Thank You The WYOCWBOY

Posted on May 29, 2010

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    disconnected a/c clutch and 4x4 silnoid stil popping fuse only on defrost and max a/c even with a/c switch turned of

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