Not enought information here. "Fixing it is almost always easier than finding the problem." First you check all the vehicle fuses and especially the AC circuit fuses. 2nd you check the system freon pressures with a set of auto air service pressure guages. Can't do it? Then you need to learn how the AC works,where the parts are located, and get a diagram(road map)of the electrical circuit. Type in "Auto air conditioning" on your search engine and read articles on theory and operation of air conditioners for several hours. Find diagrams and pictures of the components of an auto air system. Go to your local Library and check out a Taurus service manual, or buy an Auto air conditioning book at your local auto parts store. You need a VOM meter also to check voltages and connections. Now,try to find your Taurus AC compressor. With the engine running and AC on low temp - is the front outside plate on the compressor turning? NO? That is the clutch and it is controlled by the AC on/off switch, climate control computer, or the low freon pressure switch and maybe several other switches. The compressor has to pump freon and if the front plate of the compressor is not turning then the clutch is not engaged. With the engine off the freon guage pressure should be 90-120 lbs. No Pressure? No gas - you have a freon leak. Running - the low side should be 50/60 and the hi side 140/160. These are examples only. When you get some knowledge on the operation you may be able to come back here and be a bit more specific about the problem and someone may be able to point you in the right direction. You fix it yourself - you will love it. There's a few out there that would like to have 5-11 hundred to fix it. That would buy a lot of ice and maybe a vehicle with working AC. LOL
Your 1993 Ford Taurus air conditioning system has a Freon capacity of 5.5 pounds. You should never overfill the air conditioning Freon.
the air conditioner and heater are two separate things.(not connected) ;) it may have a fuse. or the it could just be bad.
air conditioner not working on off switch
Under the hood in the power distribution box.
On a 1996 Ford Explorer : The air conditioner compressor is on the drivers side of the engine , it's at the front of the engine and isone of the accessories that is driven by the serpentine belt
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Answering "Where do you add freon to your air conditioner in your ford ranger?"
it's located in superior left side or passenger side around the windshield water hose or shock passenger side (you need stand on front of the car)
It may be because the drain for the condensation line is blocked. Look under the car where the condensation water should be falling and see if it is draining properly. If not a simple clean out of that drain should fix the problem.
Trouble code P1504 means: Idle air control (IAC) circuit malfunction
The air conditioner dryer in your Ford Explorer, is located on the top of the air conditioner compressor. The dryer should be labeled.
You can unplug any electrical power to your a/c and render it useless. This also will work if you keep it shut off inside.
The 1993 Ford Taurus does have a cabin air filter. It is located near the firewall below the windshield on the passenger side.
The 2005 Ford Taurus Owner Guide does not show anything about it having a cabin air filter , so I would say NO
No you don't have to remove the air conditioner dryer to use the pulley.........
You can find the air conditioner fuse for your 1990 Ford in the fuse box. The fuse box is located beneath the drivers side dashboard. The fuse box will also contain an air conditioner relay switch.
With a can of freon
On the dashboard.
The air conditioner port on a ford five hundred is somewhat difficult to get to. The air conditioning port is located on the passenger side of the engine. It is attached by the firewall on the back.
it may be low on charge and and movement will set off the switch or the switch that reads the charge may be bad