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2001 jeep grand cherokee, 6 cylinder air conditioner will not cool

Driving on long trip, the air conditioner was working fine, some rattles seem to happen on the passenger side, sounded like change in the clove compartment. Then, about 3 hours later, the AC stopped blowing cold air. The on/off switch works, the fan works -- i dont know how to locate the compressor -- but dont think i heard it.No cool air at all.

Are there relays/fuses for the compressor --- ??


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Try recharging the AC unit.

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