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Rear heater operates from front or rear controls. Only blows cold air when temp knob is on heat. Blower works from both controls front or rear.

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Either of you figure out the issue?

Posted on Dec 29, 2012

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Did you fix problem ? i have a 05 with same problem any help.

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