I highly doubt that these issues are related. This means that we need to pick one issue and solve it and if it fixes the rest then that is a bonus.
However, before we get started I want to just make sure nothing crazy happened to cause all this like the vehicle was hit by lightening. Inspect the tip of the antenna and make sure it is not burned or melted in any way.
Next we need to test the battery and make sure it is not weak or has a shorted cell. If it does then that can cause all sorts of electrical issue.
If this checks out then I would suggest starting with the fuses that are blowing. Fuse 11 is for the wheel end solenoids and that is a good place to start as this fuse also controls the AC clutch relay. Fuse 14 directly controls the cycling switch which is an input to the PCM.
It is unlikely that the PCM is causing both fuses to blow but we need to prove this out by disconnecting the PCM and jumping the compressor so that it comes on. Then if the fuses still blow then the PCM is not the issue and the likely issue is the compressor itself.
The wiring diagrams are below to help with this. Please let us know what you find with this and we can go from there. Thanks
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Tuesday, June 15th, 2021 AT 4:37 PM