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Climate control knob not working passenger side

Can not adjust climate or any functions using the knobs on the climate control unit is it the unit or possible fuse. Driver side knob works fine.

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It's probably not the fuse, if it was both sides wouldn't work. It sounds to me like it's the knob that's become disconnected or broken. You'll need to remove the head unit and troubleshoot. Please add year, and model, trim and I might be able to point you in the right direction to troubleshoot.

Posted on Jan 03, 2014

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SOURCE: Climate control buttons dont work

these cars have i issue of the knobs breaking in the back try switching the blower knob with it and see if it works as far as the clock they are not tied together most likely the bulb is burned out stick a small screw driver under it pull down the clock pops out you will be able to see the bulb

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SOURCE: Climate control is stuck at 18 degree celcius, fuses are all fine

I had that, got a new unit from incurance company scrapyard for $80, changin it was $20 and when opening the old one (the knob is a potentiometer) there was just excess oil between contact surfaces... Local M dealer gave me an estimate of $1500+job

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SOURCE: heat works on driver side, passenger side blows cold air.

Blend door for passenger side or blend door motor has failed. Very big job to remove dash and work on it. Except the door motor is accessable from the glove box.
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SOURCE: 99 Buick Regal LS dual climate control. No heat passenger side.

the motor for the passenger side
blend door is shot

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SOURCE: Passenger window won't work using the driver side control switch

Open the window with the local button and keep the button pressed for 3 seconds after it has fully opened. Then close the window and keep the button pressed for 3 seconds after it has fully closed. This calibrates the position of the window which it lost when you changed the battery. Good luck

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