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My 2006 jeep liberty ac blows hot air and the clutch doesn't engage ,it turns ok with your hand.

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Check fuses, if ok, then check for freon pressure, if low on freon, low pressure switch, will keep a/c compr. from coming on, so it don't get damage due to low on freon, recharge a/c system, if low and check for leaks.

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