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A/c problem situation

Okay my a/c stopped blowing cold air yesterday. I found out today that my a/c clutch cycle switch is bad. My problem is I cannot seem to find anyone who has one in stock. Every where I call only has on that is in the compressor I need the switch that is on the drier. Can you please give me a site or company to find one of those switches thank you

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Try http://www.bouchillonperformance.com/BPEac_cycling_switch.asp.
Best bet is to give them a call for the vehicle you need it. the one in the illustration looks kinda generic.

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