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'01 Ford Mustang 3.8v6. AC quit.Have 13.2v to low pressure switch,0v to ac clutch.Have bypassed low and high pressure switchs and clutch will not engage.Clutch will engage if I jump directly to battery.Any ideas? Mark
June 4, 2011.
June 4, 2011.
I see now where you got the fuse numbers. They supply the control head. The ones I gave you supply the compressor.
Checked all fuses on inside panel as well as panel under hood, all are good. Why would I have power at the clutch cycling pressure switch, but no power at the clutch?
Because that circuit doesn't go to the clutch. Please test for ground at the CCRM as I asked.
It's a square box with a single long plug that has one bolt in the middle of the plug holding it on.
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