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A/c not working .hasplenty of freon. light on control panel does not light up. compressor not turning"on". power at relays.

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Have you checked all the fuses under hood in black box? relays may be good but theres no power or that light should come on. if all your fuses are good then may be that the heater control panels bad. i would make sure that the compressors plugged up, check all those fuses, then go towards a bad heater control panel.. hope this helps!!

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