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My name is ***** *****, and my problem is that my 03 Lincoln

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my name is ***** *****, and my problem is that my 03 Lincoln ls keep blowing 10 amp fuse. done rep[laced DCCV and a/c compressor but fuse still blows
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: a/c works find for a while and 10 amp fuse that runs a/c blow
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Chris (aka- Moose) replied 1 year ago.

Welcome, I'm Chris (aka Moose). Experts aren't employees / agents of Just Answer. We are independent service providers using the Site to sell their Expert knowledge to Customers. I strive to provide EXCELLENT 5 STAR service, let me know what's needed from me so your pleased.

Can you tell me what fuse number is *****?

What liter engine?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
3.9 liter and it's the number one fuse. The fuse that runs the compressor.
Expert:  Chris (aka- Moose) replied 1 year ago.

Thanks, ***** ***** remove the AC clutch relay, auxiliary coolant pump relay, and unplug the DCCV and try another fuse commanding the AC on to see if the fuse blows. If it does not blow then plug in the DCCV and retest. Do the same for the relays. This will help us find out if its a short or one of the things on this circuit overloading it. Report back on those results.

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