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A/c compressor I checked the freon in my 97 v90 and the level looks good. I noticed that the a/c fuse was blown and replaced it. As soon as the compressor came on and started pulling down, the fuse popped again. I think that I'm going to have to buy a new compressor. Have you ever seen this problem before? Thanks

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Yes the compressor is pulling down way too much so there s a short in it somewhere...

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