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Re: air conditioner quit working
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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sounds like your blower motor has stopped working check for power going to the blower system if you have power the blower is probably bad the concern is the lack of a fuse blowing or a breaker not cycling you may have a harness problem sometimes a low grade short will heat up wires then melt them together causing a multisystem failure even though a fuse or breaker didn't blow check you harness
Sounds to me the blower motor is on it's way out and should be replaced. Even though they sound like there working doesn't mean everything is ok with it there are different parts on it that could go wrong and they way to fix it is with another blower fan and not a bad idea to do the resistor at the same time located in the blower box with about 4 wires coming out of it with one or two screws holding it in place all is located under dash behind the glove box area.
In the engine bay, there is a set of fuses by the battery. Pop open the fuse panel. There should be a set of relays. Check in your manual under "Roadside Emergenies" for the relays and you will find one for the A/C Compressor. The compressor normally checks out fine, it is a common problem that the relay goes bad. Swap the relay with a new one and you should be golden!
I would think that the wires from the RCW (rock climbing wall) that control the running lights are wired to the interior dash lights of the van, and a fuse blew, killing the above mentioned lights. Check the fuse block for a bad fuse, probably labeled inst lights or inst lgt. Did you make the trip there in daylight, and trip home at night? The fuse for the dash lights couldn't handle the extra drain of the RCW running lights.