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Yes there is a fuse for the compressor.
Have you had this scanned for codes? is the engine light on?
I do not think these two problems are related. I think you have 2 problems.
You could have a vacuum leak that is causing it to stall, I would check all the hoses carefully for cracks.
You really need a scan tool to diagnose this problem.
Fuse 14, 4, and 22 Fuse panel left side of dash.
I do not know that area, you may have to call around to a shop or two. There is no easy way to check the compressor besides checking fuses and making sure the ac system is fully charged.
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