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Climate Control Problem

At least this is a common problem. I have a 02 Intrepid ES with the auto climate control. The L.E.D. display quit working a little over a year ago, but all buttons work. I've been trying to find a new one to see if it will work.

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I had the same problem. Push the top right corner of the panel surrounding the LED display hard and see if it works again. If it does, disassemble and the reassemble the panel and it should be working again. It worked for me. I hope this helps.

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