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A/C Fuse constantly blows.

Fuse keeps blowing and condensor clutch does not engage.

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The fuse blowing most likely means that the A/C clutch is shorted out or drawing excessive current due to malfunction. If the clutch fuse blows, the clutch won't engage, and you won't get any cold air. You need to have the compressor clutch serviced.

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