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Ford focus 2001 air con fault

Hi the air con button does not illuminate and compressor is not kicking in, found the relay in aux box , energized it and compressor worked ok, any ideas please? thanks stuart

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Before going hitech check system pressures, pressure switches and ofcourse fuses. comp will work once energised even with no freon in system. a/c module can go bad but rarely.

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A/c module. near fan shroud, early models had it behind glove box.

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