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Where is the fuse located for the climate control system ( the 5 speed control ) for a 2003 impala

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Your Drivers manual will show the location and correct fuse.

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  • Stan Ford Jun 04, 2014

    Locate the main fuse box and replace the fuse marked accessories

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