Question about 1983 Ford Fairmont
Ac blowed two 2o a fuses so i put in a 30 a didn`t blow it but still don`t kick on the ac clutch i`m thinking a broken or burnt wire am i right
Yup - you're probably right regarding a dead short.
If you can remove the fuse, turn unit to on position, then use a meter set to ohms between the output side and ground, Then you can see what resistance there is. A dead short will be a very low value. A higher value will indicate a stuck or siezed motor somewhere. - Then to track down which one it is!
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