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I have a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica (Touring model), with dual-zone AC. The lights on the control unit in dashboard no longer light up. The 'Power' switch does turn the fan on, but I can't change the vent outputs, or tell if AC is engaged, etc. I checked the AC-related fuses in the IPM, and they're all good. Also, the radio/cd player lights up and works fine. So, my question is, what else can I check/fix to get the AC controls worling/lighting-up again? THANKS IN ADVANCE!!

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Hi Hankry, I suggest taking the vehicle for a diagnostic scan and at the same time get the guys at the shop to test the pressure of the refrigerant. There are pressure sensitive valves installed in the AC system which inhibit operation in the event of gas leakage. Regards John

Posted on Oct 13, 2013

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    Hankry in StL Apr 27, 2014

    Turns out that the control/'head-unit' for the HVAC basically died on me. I had to replace the entire control unit, and now I'm back in business. {I bought the unit off eBay}

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SOURCE: I have a 2007 Chrysler Pacifica Touring. The front

there are separate relays and fuses under the hood in a black box check the fuses first and then the relay for the front turn signals and flashers

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See if you have power going to the radio the covers on the dash just pull off and then remove the two screws. Pull radio out and check power

Posted on Dec 21, 2011

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