2005 LIncoln LS hot ac HELP

Asked by Aug 31, 2016 at 07:57 PM about the 2005 Lincoln LS V8 Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2005 Lincoln  LS V8 that overheated  and spilled out  2 gallons of coolant.  After the coolant was replaced it was taken around the block and I noticed the ac doesn't work.  The ac blows hot air, and if you just put it on vent air, that also blows hot air.  This is unbearably hot air that comes from the ac or the vents.
I took it up to have it pressure tested and was told there were no leaks but the front of the radiator had a build-up of things on it, and was told that was the reason for my problems. They cleaned the stuff off the radiator.
Picked up the car, and had the same problem with the ac.  The air that blows when it Is on vent or ac is extremely hot.
I think the ac has to be tied in to the initial overheating of the car. Maybe something was damaged when it overheated, or it blew a fuse or relay, etc.  
I sure could use some help.
Thanks

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