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A/c troubles i have recently had my fan changed out yet my air conditioner will not work despite being charged. someone suggested that it could be a fuse in the compressor. where is it located so that i can check it? usually i have someone fix my vehicle but everytime they do it gets new problems so i am attempting to check this issue myself. Thanks Tracie

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Is the fan working now?If it is you are most likely low on refrigerant(charge).The compressor has to be running before you can charge it,which means that you have a leak somewhere.

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