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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
http://www.fixya.com/cars/t954198-99_park_avenue_blows_cold seems like same problem. Hope this thread helps you narrow it down
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
Most likely in a word NO - the two are usually kept away from each other as they both require a lot of amperage.
Look in your manual for where the fuse is to the AC / Heat unit. On some cars there are two. I would simply replace the fuses because if they are burnt they may be bad in an area you can not see. If you test them - hold a fuse up to the light - and look very closely for discoloration or a gap or both.
With the newer fuses it is just easier to replace as sometimes on rare occasions a good fuse being loose inside will not work either and these are hard to spot -
if you replace all fuses and still nothing - check your freon level - newer units like you have will shut off automatically if low on freon.
also call the dealer with VIN number in hand for a check on recalls with the trans issue.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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