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Heater will not turn off when i turn the car off

The blower stays on. Also the tcs is not turning off

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I had similar problem. I replaced the relay switch under the center council and have had no problems since.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 MB clk320, turn ignition off, ac/heater

SOUNDS LIKE A BAD RELAY

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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When you manually turn off the
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It flashes when the TCS is
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If the system's diagnostics senses
a problem in the TCS, the indicator
will come on and stay on.

If the brakes overheat, the
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If the TCS indicator comes on and stays on for more than 10 minutes while driving, pull to the side of the road when it is safe and turn off the engine. Reset the system by restarting the engine, and watch the TCS indicator. If the indicator remains on, or comes back on while driving, have the system inspected by your Honda dealer. You can still drive the vehicle without TCS.

This indicator will come on along with the ABS indicator if there is a problem in the anti-lock brake system.
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