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Old 07-12-2006, 10:00 PM   #1
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checked passanger side fuse pannel for the #1 fuse "a/c programer" and there is no fuse there nor brass inserts like in the rest of the fuses that are visible once the fuse is removed. I am trying to figure out if that is the problem from my compressor and if it is working or not

side note at what amt when re charging the R12 system should i get cold air at im currently at 110psi waiting to see if i have a leak or not. I do nto hear any click when i turn on the a/c but the air has gone down in temp since going from 20 to 110 psi in the system.
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For the fuse panel, see if there is a fuse in the "mirror position". When I belw the fuse for my dash lights, that'* how I ended up finding the right one.

Someone else will have to help you with the A/C question, tho...
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The AC programmer I believe to be an electronic climate control item, and I'd venture to say you have the manual controls.

That might explain the lack of a fuse. Would need more troubleshooting and information on what is happening as to why the compressor isn't kicking on.
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If I'm reading you right, you're saying that you are getting some cold air and it has gotten somewhat colder since you recharged it. Is that correct? If so, it means that your compressor IS cycling, though your problem may be that your compressor is going bad.

However, before you go replacing it try some of the techniques mentioned in this thread:

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