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Heat in cabin is on all the time, cann'ot turn off,AC compressor

Heat in cabin is on all the time, cann'ot turn off

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  • Duane Morse
    Duane Morse May 11, 2010

    sounds like a faulty switch in other words the fan refuses to shut off ?

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