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2001 jeep cherokee sport 4.0L

Cooling fan and ac compressor has no power. I jumped power to fan that works. I jumped power to compressor clutch that works any ideas. I also checked the fuses.

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Is there power to the A/C relay? Did you receive the wiring diagram i sent to you?

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

  • Randy Harkins
    Randy Harkins Aug 21, 2008

    What I know about A/C is that if there is no pressure in the system the compressor will not work it never receives the message from the low and high pressure sensors in the circuit.

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