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Hey here's the symptoms:

1) AC is cool (not cold) while driving down the highway keep in mind its in the 50s here in Texas right now.
2) AC pressure on low side is where it should be according to temperature.
3) Last fall the fan would cycle on and off to keep the car and AC cold at idle it worked well.
4) Now the fan won't turn on at idle so it blows warm air but for some reason hasn't overheated at all. I guess I need to idle it longer for overheating to occur.

What i've done:

Changed cabin air filter. No change.
Tested and switched out the C/FAN both high and low relays and they are good.
Checked the inside cabin fuses as well they are good too.

Whats next?? Is there a way to pull the plug on the fan to see if it's getting power?
 

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I assume you mean the AC condenser fan isn't turning on?

The condenser fan is controlled by the engine PCM, so have you scanned the engine PCM for trouble codes?
A quick way to test the fan control circuit is to simply disconnect the engine's coolant temp sensor. With the sensor disconnected the PCM will usually switch the fan on as a failsafe measure to protect the engine.
 

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So is the A/C warm or cool at idle? is the A/C the same temperature at idle as it is at highway speeds? Do you have a manual or automatic climate control system?
 
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