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I can't change my temperature in my car . when i turn my temperature dial my temperature wan' t adjust

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HAD THE SAME PROBLEM IN MY TROOPER ;IF YOU HAVE A CENTER COUNSEL YOU NEED TO REMOVE THE COVER AND LOOK UNDER THE DASH,THERE'S A WIRE THAT LOOKS LIKE AN OLD THROTTLE CABLE THAT IS CLAMPED @ THE END.THAT CLAMP IS PROBABLY WORE OUT BUT YOU CAN MOVE IT MANUALY TO GET IT TO DO WHAT YOU NEED(IE:A/C)LIKE I DID .HOPE THIS HELPS

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