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Aircon Focus C-Max

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Own a 2004 (54) C-max and Aircon is not blowing cold air. It is newly re-gassed.

I was looking at the fuse diagram and see that 'Aircon Clutch Solenoid fuse' is missing from slot 15 of the under bonnet fuse box (F1510a).

Since I have never been in the fuse box and not sure anyone would actually need to can anyone tell me if the fuse is really needed?



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If the system has been recently worked on and is not working then how did they check the system?

Part of the process would be to run the A/C and check temperatures at the vents.

Without the clutch solenoid fuse in place the pump would not engage therefore no compression of gas and no coolant will cycle.

I would suggest you return to the person who did your A/C and make enquiries.

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You could have a leaking aircon condenser or compressor resulting in a loss of gas. It needs a dye put through the system to check for leaks, this should have been done on the re-gas.

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