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Old 07-29-2019, 10:11 PM   #1
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In Dash AC not working

I have a 2003 Fleetwood Discovery 39s and the in dash ac is not working. When I push the AC button, the green light does not come on. It used too. I have noticed that the AC has worked fine, then the cold air was intermittent making me think I need to re-charge the system and now the light is not coming on and no cold air.


I tried looking for the fuse or relay and cannot seem to find the location? Does anyone know where this would be located or any ideas.


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Have you checked to insure the inner portion of the electric clutch is engaging? If it will not engage, you have a blown fuse, if it is engaging briefly, refrigerant is low.
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I had a freightliner A/C certified mechanic take a look, he checked all relays and fuses and all checked out good. He pulled out the Denso A/C - Heater in dash control panel and found that the AC button is damaged. So I need to order a new control panel ($600) and hopefully that gets things working. I likely need to recharge the system too.

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