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Rear climate control

My rear climate control will not work. We have checked fuses, but to no avail.Does anyone have any sort of idea of what we should check next? Manual says nothing.

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Check and see if your rear control is working for the radio, if not: that could be your problem. All of the power for the rear of the envoy is controlled by this module.

Posted on Feb 26, 2010

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