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How do I install GM P/N 15098965?

Heater, A/C control panel

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Carefully pry the front plastic panel from the dash using a medium size flat screw driver and your fingers - this is a fairly large panel with cutouts for the instrument panel and dash controls, and is held to the dash by internal clips which can some effort to release. Start at the bottom and work your way around and be very careful - these panels can be fragile. Once pulled clear of the dash, you will see two screws holding the control - to replace the control, remove these and gently pull the control forward to get at the wiring and temperature control connections.

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  1. disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.


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  1. position the a/c-heater control (2) into the back of the instrument panel center bezel (1).


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