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Heater stuck on

My 1994 concorde's heater will not shut off. We've removed it, disconnected it, the thing is possessed. We're heading into summer time and I don't want my car 89 degrees inside as well as outside!

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I had this same problem. The only way I could turn off the heater was to pull the fuse. I ended up replacing the HVAC control module, located just below the stereo. It wasn't as expensive as I thought it might be (I went through a salvage yard) and it's worked great ever since. Good luck!

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