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1999 Jeep wrangler sport

Lost power to a/c system. no fan or compressor. Checked fuses and all are ok. what can it be. I thought it might be the fan relay.

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  • BatRastard Aug 20, 2008

    I have a similar problem. A/C compressor works fine. Blower/Fan not working, then all of sudden it worked for a couple 100 miles then it stopped working again.

    Checked blower fuse and it is fine.
    A/C relay works fine.
    Replaced broken A/C dial



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May be a pressure switch. that will keep the compressor from kicking in.

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