Here is the story the A/C stopped working had a guy come out to fix it. After checking everything he checked if there where any codes. It came up with 8 so we cleared them and the car would not start . So I took to the dealer and they said the PCM was bad so after a lot of $$$$ the car runs but guess what the A/C doesn't work, dealer said that one of the cooling fans is overloading and causing the fuse to blow. So does this sound reasonable. They said every time they replaced the fuse and turned on the A/C the fuse blew. Could it be something else.
If one of the radiator fans is truly blowing a fuse (and that does happen when the fan motors wear out), it has to be Fuse B or E in the PDC (see diagram/thumbnail below). If that's the case, to solve the problem, the fan assembly needs to be replaced. Good fan assemblies on ebay - any shown for 2nd gen. (1998-2004) Chrysler LH cars (Concorde, LHS, 300M, or Dodge Intrepid).
Took the car to a local shop with good feedback. They said that the high pressure switch was bad and also one of the cooling fans was binding. So after a lot of $$$ the car runs fine and the a/c blows cold. Also they showed me the old fan and how it was binding.