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1999 Villager heater and a/c controls are dead and stuck on high

This is the Estate model. The controls are electronic. One day the temp screen just went blank and nothing works.

Any suggestions?

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I am guessing your electronic control head is bad. You can buy a used one at car-part.com. Look for the page with the asterik for the cheapest prices and look for a warranty. New are @ $400 to $800. Used, under $100.
you have to remove center console for access to remove trim panel around control head ( heater controls). About a half hour job.

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