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99 ford excort with no ac

On my 99 ford escort i instaled an after market stereo and now my ac wont work i dont know what the problem is can you help me?

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The only thing that might hapen you blown a fuses put the ac on open the hood look at the ac compressor look if the ac clucht that the front of compressor if it turn if it turn go inside does the blower motor work fan inside of car work if the fan doent work and the ac clucht burn fuses or on the passager side under the dash the blower motor is there lots of time the resistor burn on those check it out let me know



Posted on Feb 23, 2008

  • scream_pele Sep 20, 2010

    i also have a 99 escort, I have an adiovox in the trunk and I dont know how to turn the thing on? Like switch from the dlrasio to it? You know


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