Question about 2007 Volkswagen Jetta 2.5 Sedan
Yesterday it was over 100 degrees out and the ac was cranking away then just stopped blowing cold air no noises smells anything else. i can not find the fuse for the ac can someone point to correct location
Hopefully it is a fuse - when the a/c goes out it's usually not a fuse... It could be the compressor, or the fan module or the pressure switch.
Here are some fuses to check:
fuse #4 on panel C
fuse #16 on panel C
fuse #40 on panel C
fuse #46 on panel C
fuse #6 on panel A
200 amp Fuse #1 on fuse panel A
50 amp fuse #3 on fuse panel A
10 amp fuse #24 on fuse panel B
Fuse Panel A and B are located engine compartment drivers side near battery. B is the top surface with low amperage fuses, A is the front surface with high amperage metal strip fuses.
Fuse panel C is on the driver's side of the dashboard - you have to open driver's door to get to it.
The smaller of the two cooling fans should be the one that actuates only when the a/c is turned on. The larger one should actuate when the engine is running.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
I have a 2007 wolfsburg jetta as well and have the same problem AC doesnt work only I checked and its missing fuse # 16 and #46 in Panel C Do you know how many amps I need for those slots?
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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