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Aircondtioning i have a ford escort 1998 and the ac is not working. I replaced the relay,bypassed all pressure switches and checked the main switch all ok. need help.

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Professional job do not bypass any switches as you can seize pump up,its not working because the gas has leaked.end of story

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