My 2007 Chevrolet Lumina has been having A/C problems lately. A couple days ago the car wasn't starting so we jumped it, later finding out that the Negative Side terminal was corroded not giving enough power to the Starter.
Yesterday, when I tried switching on the car it just died as if someone unplugged the battery. The mechanic who cleaned the terminal forgot to fully tighten it so it was unplugged when I looked at the battery. I didn't have any tools with me at hand so I had someone hold down the terminal into the battery so I was able to start the car. I immediately rushed to the mechanic so he can tighten the clamp, reaching there finding out the terminal was out of its place while I was driving. Once the mechanic tightened it I went home.
Today when I tried switching clicking the A/C button it didn't do anything. The screen wasn't showing that the A/C button was clicked, the compressor was off when I manually checked it, and no cold air was coming out. Everything else works ie. Blower/Heat/Controls for the temperature. Its just the A/C button not toggling making the compressor not switch on. I thought maybe a fuse blew but I am not really sure what fuse I am supposed to be looking at. There are 3 fuse boxes in the car, one to the left of the brake, one in the trunk, and the main one in the engine compartment.
Can anyone tell me what fuse I am supposed to be looking for? Or if you have any other advice please help me.
Pictures of fuses in Manual: