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No power to the heater/ac control of our 89 chevy silverado

The heater quit blowing warm air for a couple of days and then lost all power to the heat/ac control panel

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  • bigtreegoule Feb 02, 2009

    i have a 92 with the same issue....no lights on at all at the control unit in the dash, checked with a circut tester and i have power in 3 different wires to the harness.....got a used one from a U Pull kinda place, but no joy there...either not compatable, or the used one was busted too, or somedamnthing else....any infor would be great

  • jallison007 May 11, 2009

    I have a 1989 Silverado with the same problem, I checked the fuse and power is going to the control board. Control board for AC/heater just will not switch on....Tried a control board from a u-pull-it and same thing....

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IF YOUR BLOWER MOTOR IS GOOD AND FUSE IS GOOD TO AC/HEAT THAN THE CONTROL BOARD IS NO GOOD

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Bad ground going to the control unit just run your own ground

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