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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-24-08, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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Ford Fusion '07 A/C PROBLEM *ENTER*

well im wrinting from Maracaibo, Venezuela. Im having a big problem right now that my Fusion A/C isnt cooling, already checked the box fuse and all that stuff, the aire works in terms of blowing air, fan is ok. I took it to the Ford Warranty and they didnt know how to fix it, but they told me that the problem is a sensor located in the interior near de evaporator ( Co-pilot, right side of the car behind the box where you put stuff). So please give me a hand with this, the A/C is simply not COOLING, just hot hot air. Hope you guys can help me out or at least tell me the name piece so i can try to find it on ebay or something. The dealers gave us like no response bcuz they don't know what the problem is, so im wishin' some answers in this forum Thanks
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Re: Ford Fusion '07 A/C PROBLEM *ENTER*

As you have an '07, a local dealer should be able to fix the problem at no cost to you under warranty. If Ford refuses to fix it then try another dealer, or phone Fords office direct about not only the problem, but the lack of service.

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