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2013 gmc climate control not working. No indicator lights. Seems to be heating and blowing in some default mode or last set point.

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    Dennis Dec 06, 2016

    Thanks Lawrence, I didn't have time last night and it was dark so I waited till this morning. When I turned the key it worked fine. Must have been some circuit protector that reset. I'll keep an eye on it.

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Make sure the fuse for it is OK first. The harness connector may have vibrated loose from the control head

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