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I have a 1998 Mustang 3.8 V6. The A/C was working perfect until a couple of days ago. The clutch on the compressor does not engage and now I get warm air. I jumped the high and the low pressure switches and the cooling fan on the radiator comes on but not the compressor. I unplugged the compressor and jumped it to the battery and the compressor came right on and seems to be working fine. Refrigerant is not the problem. Could it be the CCRM? How do I confirm that is the problem. Also, is there a fuse for the A/C and where is it located? Thanks
 

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Just sounds like the refrigerant is low but could be a blow fuse.

Check the fuse box under the hood. Most if the time it is labeled what fuse goes where.
 

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Is it possible to bypass the ccrm?
I thought or running a wire from the high pressure switch directly to the compressor and eliminating the wire from the ccrm. Is this possible?
 
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