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Located in the under hood fuse box .
located in the under hood
Possible direct short in compressor clutch. Disconnect wiring harness from compressor and then turn AC on> If fuse doesn't blow, then problem is in compressor/clutch. Suspect it to be seized. If fuse blows while compressor disconnected then problem in wiring.
check the wiring for rubbing through under the hood for the a/c compressor, then check for a bad/corrosive connection of the plug at the compressor and then check the diode at the compressor. also try turning the compressor clutch by hand as if its seized can cause too much draw on the system.
There is another fuse box under the hood, never heard of 1 one the passenger side! Let the car run, or drive it around and then look under the hood for the fuse box, take cover off and put you're whole hand over the fuses, if one is very hot, then I would make sure to go to a parts store before you take the hot one out, at store, take the hot fuse in and let them replace it for you.Hope this helps.
There are two fuse boxes, one under the hood and one in the forward part of the center counsel the cover for the under the hood on the inside has what the fuse is for, the one on the counsel has info printed on the inside. more detailed info can be found i9n the owners manual or the service manual
Does the A/C compressor run or does it blow the A/C fuse in the under hood fuse box?? If it's blowing the fuse you might have a bad A/C diode located in the underhood fuse block.It looks like a black fuse with a diagram on top of it.Pull it out & replace it & see if the problem is gone.These L series are notorius for having compressor problems,locking up,clutch coils going open.hope this helps