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Hi, I just got an oil change today and reset the code. Press the status button, when oil level appears, press the reset button 2-3 times. It will then ask if you would like to reset, if so, press reset again. You're done! Enjoy. :)
There is a very good chance the Dual Coolant Control Valve has failed. This is located at the botton right side of the engine fan shroud and has 3 heater hoses connected to it. This valve controls heater or AC temperature inside the car.
You need to repair the heater core with a soldering gun.
If you do not have heat, or only have heat, IMHO it is most likey the AC/heater control unit. This is the part which has the AC/heat control buttons and knobs.
Easy Diagnosis: The easiest way to verify this is to turn on the radio, press and hold the power on/off button and press and hold the scan-up button for a second (full second). The word "A/C TEMP" should appear on the left of the display and a number from 0 to 16 on the right. I suspect yours will have the number 0 (or 16 if heating only problem) displayed no matter where you turn the temperature control knob. If this is the case you could turn the temp. knob to full heat and see if it goes to 16 after pushing down or to the right on the knob. In a working system, the number moves evenly in increments of 1, from 0 to 16 as you turn the temperature knob.
Easy Fix: I was able to take mine out and solder 3 loose connections to fix it.
The beginning steps are the same as for any radio removal procedure and check for loose connections.