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I have checked fuse panel and checked to see if everything was plugged in to control panel
I am assuming your talking about the heater vent? there are a number of possibilities, heater switch, actuator or stuck door flap, first thing to check is slide under passenger side dash, look to see the vent control and try to operate it by opening and closing it with your hand, a faulty actuator or switch need to be determined by using electrical testers on the units. hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your a/c gas (134a) is too low, there is a safety feature for the a/c compressor to "kick off" if that gas (134a) is too low thus saving your a/c compressor from seizing up. Have a garage check to see how much is in the a/c system they can easily recharge the system for you. Keep in mind this is the simplest fix and most common problem from what you described.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
There are three fuses that have to work for the cruise to operate, including the brake lights.Check fuse numbers 53,54, and 59. It can also be affected by the brake switch (and clutch switch - if equipped). The cruise also needs a connection through the brake light bulbs, which means that it will not work if the bulbs are burnt out or if you have LED tail lights. Try pulling up on the brake pedal to see if it is the brake switch. Please post your results. Thanks.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
According to the schematics on your vehicle, it has a "Blower motor control processor" either built in to your controls, or in line between your controls and blower motor. Yo may get real lucky and find some dirty connections in that area, and get away with cleaning & re-connecting, but I wouldn't get my hopes up too high. You may end up replacing the processor, as it regulates fan/blower speed.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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