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I have no heat or a/c the control module is none responsive

I have cheked all fuzes. this problem was spuratik at first and now is totally none responsive.

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Is the control digit or manual type?

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not a problem i will say that if that fixed the issue you will need to most likely replace or clean the fuse panel very well.


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