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Subaru Legacy Lancaster 1999. Airconditioning OFF button in the central climate temperature control won't switch off. Hence unable to turn off climate control. Rear windscreen washer not working Front drinks holder soft close lids not locking closed (next to the park brake)

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So much problems?
show it to the customer care..cant fix by just typing..do you get it?

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Looks like the controls are malfunctioning, you will need to get them reprogrammed only a subaru car dealership place will be able to do this.

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I suspect wiring issues are the causes of some of your components.  There may be connections that are completing the circuit as if bypassing the switch.  The control resistor may also be broken, the resistor should control current from running through the ACs electrical.  It may not be acting properly.
The wiper on the back may also be due to wiring issues or loose connections or a stuck motor.
The drink holder may have something loose on it or may be broken.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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Please check the nozal of water which would work proper.Check the pump of flowing wind that too working proper.If it would working not properly change the pump.

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  • regarding the a/c off button try to replace it or check the fuse of the a/c or the wirings.
  • regarding the windscreen washer check the hole maybe there is something stopping the water try to use a niddle.
  • check the stopper of the lids may it just stocked try to use a wd40.


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.style1 { color: red; } .style2 { font-family: serif; } Troubleshooting / Air Conditioner

Air Conditioner Not Working

Air conditioning facilitates the removal of heat from inside the vehicle. The principle applied is that the heat is removed by the method of conduction and convection. An evaporator which is cold absorbs the heat from the air that is passed through it and then cold air is forced out through the vents inside the car by the blower motor. This is done by pressurizing refrigerant (134a) with a compressor and then releasing refrigerant (134a) inside the air conditioner evaporator. There are many reasons your air conditioner can blow warm air. A basic a/c gauge and test light is needed to help diagnose most air conditioner problems. Always use caution when inspecting an air conditioner system, a/c systems contain high pressure gas that when released can cause personal injury. Use all safety precautions. WARNING! Before air conditioner repair work can be performed the system must be evacuated of all refrigerant or personal injury can occur.





the control unit is not repairable. Check to see that the doors in the vents are not getting stuck.

It sounds like normal condensation dripping on the exhaust pipe. What you might want to do is put an extension on the air-conditioner drain tube to get it away from the exhaust

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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    mohammed marika thambi Jun 14, 2009

    The problem you described is caused by a plugged
    condensate drain for the air conditioning duct. It should be no great mystery finding
    the drain under the car for anyone familiar with the mechanics of vehicles. Cleaning
    out the drain can be accomplished by either blowing air up inside the drain to dislodge
    what ever is plugging the drain or a small hooked wire can be used to hook the object
    and pull it out.



    Your problem could be that the vacuum lines have
    failed, blend doors in the heater-air-conditioning duct work are stuck or malfunctioning,
    fuses have blown, bad switches and or relays, etc. Additionally, we do not recommend
    non air-conditioning experts tapping into Freon lines as damage to the car or personal
    injury may occur.



    Check the 12-volt circuit that supplies power
    to the blower motor with the blower motor on (with a load). There is probably a
    bad connection somewhere that fails under load.



    Check for 12-volts at the blower motor. If 12
    volts is present, replace the blower motor. If not, check for a faulty relay or
    fan switch.



    There is a method to their madness. The air condition
    system must be charged with refrigerant and the dye to find the leak. Think of it
    a putting air in a flat tire to find a leak. They want to wait a week so the dye
    can escape and stain the problem area.



    Check for vacuum hoses that may be cracked or
    a loose connection. Another source of the leak may be the vacuum switch on the back
    of the heater/air condition control on the dash. Somewhere in the vacuum system
    is a check valve that may have failed. It is usually part of the vacuum reservoir
    tank.



    The problem you describe is not normal. Your air
    conditioning system is low on refrigerant. Have the system checked for leaks and
    recharge.











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