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Air conditioning Fan blows really well. Does not cool down. Truck is only a year old but out of warranty by 4000 miles. Is there a fuse for the compressor motor as it looks like it does not turn on when the A/C is turnrd on?

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  • Shanerr May 17, 2008

    Sorry it's a 2007 F250 Lariat Super Duty FX4 package, Diesel

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#1: Check compressor fuse.
#2:Check pressure switch located in the suction line or in accumulator bottle also.
#3:Check refrigerant pressure.
#4:Check the a/c compressor relay.



Good luck........

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It does have a fuse but make sure to see if you have refrigerant in the system, it might be out of refrigerant and there is a presure sensor thatn prevent ac to turn on if it is low,

laso try to contact ford for a courtesy repair sometimes they will do that.

Posted on May 28, 2008

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