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No power in AC system except recirculate light

And I was just told its either the AC control Unit for 475 or the blow motor regulator 225.

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The Control Module In The Dash Is Known To Go Bad.
These Can Be Found For As Little As 29.95 And Up to 500.00 Plus The Cost Of A Vw Tech Install
But Can Easily Be Done Yourself By Plugging In A Wire Harness And Hooking Up The Wires For The Temp Control And The Defrost Selector.

Also You can find The Blower motor On The Passenger side floor Back Wall
You Can Also Test The Blower With A Simple 12Volt Car Battery

Thanks Bryan
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