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Air conditioner quit working

My dodge colt air conditioner quit working, the blower works, it was fine on the first half of our trip and when we got in the car to return home it just quit working. Could this be a fuse or a relay?

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If after switch on of the a/c there is no difference in the engine rpm with the solenoid latching up the a/c compressor with the fan working , then you must look for the fuse of the a/c which can be found near the main box inside the bonnet. replace and test. However if the ac works but there is no cooling then you must check for the gas pressure in the visual eye at the gas inlet. If you notice that there is heating in the cooling pipes then your compressor needs to be checked, gas leak in system, gas filling. Hope you check this out. Good day

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