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sounds like ur blend air door motor,or cable is inop. u gonna need to remove glove box door to access this cable or motor,an try to actuate manually to see if u can get heat. mayb door motor,broken door hinge,no power to motor (faulty ac head) one of these should cover it an will help in fixing this issue
The light sensor to control the automatic headlamps is located on the dashboard. This sensor is suppose to activate running and headlamps. I would suspect the problem is a relay to operate the headlamps if the car uses a seperate relay in the automatic mode. I'm assuming the headlamps work in manual on/off. FYI... The auto mode does not control the fog lamps.
If you have the hood up, it is located on the left hand side. Farthest sensor to the left side of car. I have a diagram of location if you give me your email I will send you the diagram. firstname.lastname@example.org
i was having a similar problem with my 2000 SL. when the taillights would go, so would the cruise control. and through many bulb and fuse replacements, i finally went into a saturn dealership and they did a recall campaign on it. they did their thing and i havnt had any problems since. FREE!