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A/C and heater switched itself on today and can't switch off as controls not responding. radio playing on channel it was on but radio controls not responding either. Help! Almera Tino 54

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I had the same problem recently, had to turn car off and problem had disappeared after restarting. Our car is a 05 model 1.8 S.

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