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Climate control not working

I changed the battery and noy the climate control and back head rest controls not responding. All fuses are working

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  • scout58 Apr 17, 2009

    Same thing happended to me...the CCM is going to be replaced at the fine cost of $1200. I recommend calling volvo if your battery goes dead to see if you should disconnect the CCM prior to installing a new battery?

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I had the same issue. It turned out to be an electrical issue with the central computer. It basically got shorted and I had to get it replaced. It ran me about 1300 to have fixed.

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