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My 98 ford mustang A/C is not working. Does not produce any cold air, but the heater works. Tried recharging with freon, but it still isn't working. What else should I check. Would it be the fuse?

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There is a product at Walmart called EZchill this produce is easy to use and works great. I used it in my 2000 buick and it freezes me out now. But first test your system to see if there is pressure in it. Consult your users manual. If there is no pressure in the system you have a leak some where and no matter what you do if you do not fix the leak the AC will never work. Another thing to check is with the car running have some one in the car turn the ac on then off while you listen under the hood to see if the condenser turns on and off if it is working and you have pressure in the system the EZchill will work. Good luck to you .

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