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No power to heater or ac after jump off. Control panel on dash has no power either

1993 1500 chev truck.

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SOURCE: no power to the heater/ac control of our 89 chevy silverado

IF YOUR BLOWER MOTOR IS GOOD AND FUSE IS GOOD TO AC/HEAT THAN THE CONTROL BOARD IS NO GOOD

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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i would try www.car-part.com its a nationwide junk yard inventory site theres some great deals there for domestic cars.try to replace the wire conectors at the compressor maybe the freon shorted them out.

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SOURCE: ac control panel!!

Does the fan motor blow when in any position for heater? It is very common also for the switch to go out in these models as well. The blower fan fuse is in the main panel under dash.

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SOURCE: ac/heater fan quit

try changing the compressor relay

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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SOURCE: gage,s on dash don,t work...ac control panel don,t

part of the cars computer may be fried or you have some fuses out that control the gauge cluster.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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