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Highly doubtful it's the compressor but could be a possibility. The 2006 had issues with the HVAC control unit which controls climate in the vehicle. Located center dash and has all the dials for fan, temp, air position etc. It is a unit, very expensive, and you have to take the center dash apart to fix it. BEWARE- YOU HAVE AIR BAGS THAT REQUIRE PRECAUTIONS!!! Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery and wait 10-15 minutes for the system to shut down before tearing into the dash!

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Ok-are you replacing with the proper amperage? if so then you have either a bad compressor or a wiring problem. Compressor seems more likely but it will have to be tested. Good luck

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