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I got 2001 Lincoln continental. My a/c is stuck on high an there's nuthin at the bottom showing to cut it off or down or even change the temperature. Can anyone help me with this problem please

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Unplug the connector to the compressor and hang it out of the way until hot weather. Describe your heater control panel. don-ohio (:^)

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You can try places like Jegs, Summit, or Northern auto parts. They all have many high performace pieces for engnines and transmissions. They are all mail order and have on-line stores as well. There are plenty more out there, you could even try doing a "search" for what you are looking for.

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