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Heater did not turn on after battery change - 2005 Chevrolet Blazer

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  • Michelle Shone Dec 09, 2012

    I had to change the battery and after installing the new battery, the heater/ac will not turn on. All other components (lights, radio, gauges, etc) are working fine. Any ideas greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Was the heater left on when you change the battery have you checked the relays

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