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Replacing climate control module on 1994 Sonoma

How do I get the climate control module out of the dashboard in order to replace it?

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  • jnuss2000 Nov 16, 2008

    I found this months ago and didn't want to take the dashboard apart in order to get to the climate control module. I found another stereo dealer with free info after I posted the question here.



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Removal instructions for the car stereo are available at www.carstereohelp.com/strgmc.htm They should give you access to the climate controls for replacement.

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