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Ideas? Sure. Ahead of those two fuses is the accessory relay. When the ignition switch springs back from start to run, that relay closes and 12V from the 100A (!) J/B fuse in the engine compartment fuse/relay panel passes through the closed contacts of the accessory relay and the aforementioned fuses to the cigar lighter and the auxiliary power outlet. That's all there is to that circuit. Gee, I wonder what kind of cigar requires 100A to light it.
POSSIBLY YOUR HI SIDE PRESSURE SWITCH. YOU MAY WANT YOU'RE HI AND LOW SIDES OF SYSTEM CHECKED OUT. SOUNDS LIKE COMPRESSOR IS RUNNING TOO LONG AND HIGH SIDE PRESSURES ARE SHUTTING SYSTEM DOWN UNTIL IT DROPS IN PRESSURE AND CYCLES AGAIN
PERHAPS IT IS JUST A BAD RELAY THAT NEEDS TO BE REPLACED. HAVE YOU TRIED TO SWAP IT WITH ANOTHER ONE IN THE FUSE BOX? THIS MAYBE THE ONLY TROUBLE. MAKE SURE THAT THE FUSE IS ALSO GOOD BEFORE THE RELAY IS REPLACED. HOPE THIS HELPS. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA AND FOR AN HONEST RATING IN ADVANCE. BEST OF LUCK. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED.