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Hello,Have you put a scanner on it,and followed a trouble chart,for a 2006 Fusion?
Have you watched the mode door actuators,when switching the DATC Control?
Thanks

Posted on May 29, 2010

  • juanker3720 Jun 22, 2011

    i've changed everythingon a/c ford fusion all dealer parts and the compresor is not turning on by itself

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