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Hot air from AC. Is there a fuse controlling the AC clutch in a 2005 Ford E350 (10 cyl.)? I've checked fuse panels.

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Check a/c pressure you need gauges to clarify pressure low pressure will shut the pump off

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You should check and verify that there is any refrigerant in the system...

I hate to just leave you with that, however since you've not specified any
steps or scenarios of why or when or whatelse...

I could only assume that your air is just blowing Hot or Warm
It could also be assumed that it worked and was cold last week or last year...

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Hopefully you've found some use in this

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