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Hello and welcome to just answer , my name is Peter and here to assist you. first basic things you need to do or have done. Check the drive belt for the A/C to see if it's in good shape and not slipping, then you should do a performance test to see what the Freon pressures show, this will tell you if the internal mechanical parts are working properly and charge is good. Can you locate the A/C relay ? In the mean time I'l look up the electrical routing. But the basics need to be checked first .
Ok the wiring shows fuse and relay location in right side lower front kick panel but being yours is right hand drive it could very well be the opposite side. usually all fuse and relays are clearly marked on the top or under the lid of the fuse blocks. hope this helps but remember do those basic checks I mentioned as well. if you need further assistance I'll be happy to do so.
I'm at a loss rt now where it could be but check under hood area in that fuse relay block. Is nothing marked? but be sure the basics I mentioned are checked. In the mean time I'll see what I can find.
Ok the relay for A/C should be under the hood and marked on the cover of the fuse/relay box which one it's . If you have a test light you can probe the connectors and see if you have switch response to the relay by checking each one there should be one powered all the time and one should go on and off with the switch, the other two are a ground and one to the magnetic clutch. If you have power from the switch one that goes off and on then the fuse is definitely ok then you can jump the relay by using a jump wire from the terminal that is always powered to the clutch terminal.If the compressor works then and has a good charge it could be a faulty pressure switch or the relay itself.