I've never heard of a system without a second condenser. They are normally located under the van, mounted to the frame rail just aft of the drivers door. There should be a second fan that looks like the one in front. Compressors rarely go bad since they are sealed and run in an oil bath. If it won't start, first check to see that there is 110vac getting to the contactor located in the junction box on the side of the compressor, and if there is, check to see that 12vdc is getting to the contactor coil inside the junction box. That 12vdc energizes the contactor coil and closes a set of points that sends 110vac to the compressor motor. If that's all good, the compressor really is bad. Also, you shouldn't have to replace the condenser unless your compressor burned up and pumped debris through out the system. Normally, you can flush the system, replace the drier, pump it down and recharge with refrigerant and oil. There should be a sticker under the hood listing the proper amounts (somewhat more than the stock Ford system).
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