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Installed new battery (Autozone Gold) on my wifes 2006 Ford Expedition 2WD. Now the A/C will only blow air to the floor and windshield (No Vents). The factory Ford Fuse Link attaches to the positive correct? Thats my only doubt at this point.

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Yes, that is correct, the fuse links are attached to the positive battery cable.

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