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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-05-06, 09:33 AM Thread Starter
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1992 Ford Ranger fuse box

The one under the dash that is. I need to know which fuse is the one for the A/C itself as my A/C does not cycle on or off but the little orange LED does come on when I press in the fan/A/C switch.

I don't have the owner's manual, or a shop manual for this truck and funds are tight at the present moment to procure one.

However, I was able to look at a manual at a book seller and between a Chilton's guide and the Haynes guide, I was able to determine what to check once the engine was running and up to temp, A/C turned on etc. the lines coming in and out of the compressor never got cold, infact, got warm from the heat of the engine itself. The fan works fine but the compressor isn't cycling at all so I am wanting to check the fuse first before moving onto the actual system itself.

Can anyone assist in this lil' matter? thanks!
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Re: 1992 Ford Ranger fuse box

Never mind, I found it on the internet. Autozone.com has a section where you can find all this out.

I made a printed copy, but I wish it was clearer, thus easier to read but for the moment, it works.

Thanks anyway.
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Re: 1992 Ford Ranger fuse box

Just pull out all of the fuses one at a time. If one is broken, there you go. If none are broken, on to step #2...
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