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I can't change my temperature in my car - 2001 Mazda Millenia

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  • derrick_whit Jul 16, 2009

    every thing work, just can't adjust climate temperature

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Does the blower turn on? Have you first checked the simple things like the fuse? You may have a bad switch otherwise or even a bad relay which should both also be checked. Let me know how this goes and in any future response if you could be more specific, I would appreciate it very much.



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    Benjamin Patri Jul 16, 2009

    Either a loose connection or a bad control board. It will have to be opened up to check it for voltage at the switch first and then to determine if there is anything burnt on the board.

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