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A/C MALFUNCTION FOR TUCSON

A/C does not run. I cannot hear the fan start. Checked the fuse and it seems fine, the blower fuse also seems find

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By fan I assume you mean the engine cooling fan. You need to verify that there is freon in the system. The ac system will not work at all with little or no freon as a failsafe to prevent the compressor from burning up.

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