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2001 Lincoln LS aircondition fuse location?

While driving with the airconditioner blowing great cold air on high, suddenly started blowing hot air. What happened and why? Or better yet how do I quick fix this challage, a fuse?

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When that happens it is usually because the compressor's a/c clutch kicks out. and doesn't com back on it could either be that the a'c clutch relay is work or you system might be undercharge. if the fuse is,nt blown it's one of those that are the problem. the pressure on the lowside should be 35 psi and on the highside 120-150 psi for a 134a system, also i would power wash the condennsor coil which is located on the front of the radiator. restricted airflow will often times cause the coil to freeze up and and you will get hot air as well. dirt,bugs and debrie will block up the coils and fins on the condenssor.........please rate this solution.........thanks

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