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Answered 2008-09-28 23:10:50

That happened in my 1983 Mercury Villager and the problem was a blown circuit on the A/C circuit board. I soldered it and it worked. I found this solution online but I don't have the URL. Sorry. You have to remove the A/C unit from your dashboard and you'll find the circuit board there. The blown circuit will be near the corner of the board. Good luck!

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