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Climate control - no display- no power

GREMLIN! I've checked all the fuses, processor, now looking for the wire color going from ignition & will trace it back. Does this system have a fusible link?

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Look under the bug screen where the windshield meets the firewall. The control module is on the passenger side of the car.

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It is the solenoid.
The solenoid is also the ignition relay switch.
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look in a book at the auto parts have you checked the neutral safety switch

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WS WPR Windshield Wipers

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SEO IGN Special Equipment Option, Ignition
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