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A/C clutch relay for 1998 grand am 3.1

A /c not cooling

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Do you have A/C gauges to check the Freon pressures on the high and low side? Check or have Freon pressures checked first. Has the system ever been worked on? Over time, if the system was never serviced, all the Freon will leak out.

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What is the 4 small boxes that look like fuses that are behind the front bumber and what do they do?

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