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I had a loose post terminal on my battery, which caused the car to lose power, once i repaired the problem I no longer have power to my a.c. buttons. Air blows from the defroster but because the a.c button wont turn on, the air is not blowing from the vents. I've replaced the fuse and the ac relay. Can someone please help me, THANKS!

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Check to see if you can locate a fusible link wire. It is likely there is an open circuit or a short in the system.

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