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Cant figure out my climate control

I have a 88 deville and i was just wondering how do you go about setting the climate control i mean do i push warmer to get the heat to cut on or do i have to click cooler till it comes on sort of like house thermostats

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Push the heater button until it gets up to the temp that you want. These controls have proved to be problematic and the first thing a dealer will tell you is he has to order that control. I have fixed them, by taking them out and using a electronic cleaner and spraying the unit out completely or using conpressed air to remove dust that can be the problem.

If this does not fix it, get one from your local bone yard or find one on flea-bay and replace it.

Dan

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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