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Old 06-23-2022, 12:45 PM   #1
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Hello! Does anyone have access to a wiring diagram to the vehicle engine air conditioning system? I believe that the air conditioning transducer is bad but would like to have a wiring diagram to troubleshoot it properly! Thanks in advance!
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Air conditioner transducer ?

Never heard of that, what's it do.
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Old 06-23-2022, 02:02 PM   #3
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Its called different names. You may recognize it as a pressure switch. This one is on the high side of the compressor! It prevents the system from building up to much pressure!
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Not sure how static Ford was with the wiring but check pin 41 at the PCM. The image is for the 2004 Model year which was the two valve cylinder head model of the V10 with the four sped transmission.
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Ok, thanks for the info!
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Its called different names. You may recognize it as a pressure switch. This one is on the high side of the compressor! It prevents the system from building up to much pressure!
Hello, if pressure switch is bad all you have to do is put a paperclip in the plug which bypasses the pressure switch. Start your a/c if your a/c has power and everything is working then the pressure switch is bad. Good luck
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Yes, I knew that! Thank you! I was just trying to get the correct wiring diagram for future use!
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I don't know about 2009 but on my 2016 Bounder the AC wiring is by the bodybuilder (Fleetwood). They follow the AC manufacturer wiring.
When I was troubleshooting mine I found the AC manufacturer had all I needed (and what I think you are looking for). If I recall my ac unit was an Evans Tempcon.
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