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I have a 2006 ford explorer, with dual and elect contols, the a/c went out meaning no clutch, checked freon level its ok, checked clutch gap, checked and put all new relays and checked the diode and all fuses, and pressure switchs, everything shows ok, i can give it power to comp and it works but i'm lost i trace out the wiring and it seems to be pointing to power control module

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  • Mobyz28 May 23, 2011

    There are a couple of things that you can check did you try and jump the low pressure cycling switch? Also there was a problem with the fuse box corroding on these vehicles, if you have not already checked you may want to check for power and ground at the terminals of the relay. If that doesnt help any post back to this and i will do some checking for retreiving codes from the automatic temperature control unit, I can not remember which buttons you press on that specific vehicle.

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You may check your fuses and relays you have a AC clutch relay in the battery box that has two fuses feeding it they are also in the fuse box under hood fuses 48 and 24 bothy 10amp fuses. fuse 24 is hot all the time and fuse 48 is only hot when car is running

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