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My wife has a 2003 Ford Expedition. The air blows but not cold. The fuses, relays and switches have been checked and they are all good. Took the truck to my mechanic and they stated that the clutch was burnt out, therefore a compressor and clutch was needed. A new compressor was put on but still the clutch is not working. Overall, there is no fire to the clutch to get it to click on. I have kids and they ride with my wife from school. It's hot and they need cool air. What can I do if anything without taking it to a mechanic?

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HAVE YOU HAD THE AC COOL LENT CHECKED

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