Q: Where is air conditioning sensor in EB ford

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Where is air-conditioning sensor on EB ford
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there:

We’re not quite sure what type of Ford you’re referring to; however, if you’re referring to the AC pressure switch, it’s typically located behind the dashboard connected to the air conditioning selector button.

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