Question about 2009 Saturn Outlook XE
Tried to reprogram by removing power and then powering back up
All you did was clear all Computer Data
All you did was remove ALL vehicle power
(that is not programming anything)
Now if that data was of any value & could be used
to find a problem, it is gone, until the fault comes back
Leave that sort of thing to the repair shops & the pros
Most likely you have a failed HVAC Blend Door under the dash
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