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1988 crysler new yorker aUTOMATIC HEATER CONTOL MODULE

I REPLACED THE ATC MODULE BUT IT IS STUCK ON 75 DEGREES AND THE CONTROLS WON'T WORK. CANNOT SHUT IT ON OR OFF EITHER

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SOURCE: 1988 new yorker atc trouble codes

12 Direct battery input to PCM was disconnected within the last 50 key-on cycles 14 MAP sensor voltage too low 15 No vehicle speed sensor signal

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This may be similar to what I just fixed on an '00 dodge:
http://www.dodgeintrepid.net/showthread.php?t=89711

Accessing the Integrated Diagnostic System:

Procedure for Automatic Temp Control (ATC) equipped vehicles:

With the engine ON and the vehicle stopped set the temp to 75*F. Next hold down the Floor, Mix and Defrost buttons until the ATC display begins to flash. While the display is flashing, the system will run it's tests and calibrations.

When the display stops flashing, the tests and calibrations are complete.

The ATC display can only display one error code at a time. Any stored codes can be scrolled through by pressing the Panel mode button once for each code. DO NOT press any other button or you will have to start the test over. Note the codes and refer to the list below to determine what system is malfunctioning.

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23: Blend door actuator feedback failure (bad servo)
24: Mode door actuator feedback failure (bad servo)
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51: System voltage too low for calibration!!! (check battery cables, battery and alternator!)

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