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Ford 2008 Exedition code P0645. Dealer says I need a PCM

Ford 2008 Exedition code P0645. Dealer says I need to replace the PCM at a cost of $79.95 plus labor. what is a P045 code

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P0645=A/C Clutch Relay Control Circut, This is the code, how it affects your vehicle I do not know, I take it your a/c does not work? Hope this helps.

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