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Truck is a theft recovery

When I got the truck, It was a theft recovery. The dash was torn up from them taking the stereo. There was no heater control and I have gone to pic-n-pull auto salvage twice. I now have 2 heater controls but they don't work in my truck. One is vacuum controlled (which my truck is not) and the other don't fit my plugs. Is there more than 2 different heater controlls for a 2002 Dodge dakota? or Does anyone have a wiring diagram for my truck?

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There is only one heater control for manual AC/heater, so if this is uded they are selling you the wrong year control.

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