The A/C switch and the recirculation have separate power inputs but the same fuse. The compressor power runs through the climate control so if the recirculation switch is working it does not mean you have power to the other half of the A/C switch (so the A/C won't be on when all three are in the closed setting) Pull the A/C switch and test for continuity in the "on" setting. It's easy to get out, just reach under where the switch is and push it out through the front with your finger. Test between terminals 1 and 2, if there is continuity, plug it back in and test for power if there is none move the control sliders around while testing and see if you get any jumps in voltage at all. If not, you may have to pull the climate control and test from there. If you do get power at terminal 2 on the A/C switch there is a break in the wires between there and the A/C pressure switch.
Last edited by Starmavin; 07-11-2006 at 02:43 AM.