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The automatic climate control system in my 96 Grand Marquis makes a clicking noise. I tried turning the temp gauge up, but it maxes out at 90 degrees. Anyway to manually override this?

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My ac will only blow hot air.. i need a digital climate control reset code for my 1996 mercury grand marquis..

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There is not a way to overide this, the noise is comming from the Heater/AC temperature control blend door actuator inside the dash, u must remove the dash to replace this part.

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