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Where is the air conditioning module or the a/c control box for honda civic 2006. i need to change it.

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  • joseluisnf May 05, 2010

    is the electrical module of the a/c

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It is up in the dash above the steering column, remove any trim panels thatr block the view of the lower dash cavity to see it.

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Hi! Are you referring to the thermostat controller?

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