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1997 Jeep A/C failure

The A/C compressor will not run after parked under cover in Mexico for 7 months. There is no voltage at the compressor wires with the low pressure switch jumperd and the controls set to A/C. All fuse appear good. Can you help?

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Maybe refigerent is low R134A, are check compressor clutch could be stuck. Tap on compressor while engine is running, air on.

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