Glad you got it fixed. At least your's wasn't starting by itself like mine was. THAT was real interesting. Turn the key to the "ON" position to put the window down and the engine would start by itself.
If you pull the wipers and upper and lower cowling off, the orifice is right in your face and easy to disconnect the line and pull the orifice out.
If you see any grayish to black crud built up on the orifice, the crompressor fell apart on you and you will need to replace the condensor as these use non-flushable condensors or you'll end up with another failed compressor.
My compressor failed due to Ford not installing enough oil in the system and the system having moisture in it from the factory.
Here's my A/C post for you to review if you want: https://www.fordforum.com/forum/ford-freestar-17/2004-freestar-c-repair-13991/