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My 1994 New Yorker seems to have a heater/air conditioner problem. It will be working fine, then the display shuts down, and full heat and high speed fan goes to the defroster. All the buttons on the control panel are non-functional, including the rear window defrost, etc. It can work like that for days, then the display lights up again, and everything works. I have to pull the fuse and have no air in the car to survive the summer. I have removed the covers and looked for loose wires, all with no success. Any ideas?

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Sounds like you've got climate control and it has gone berserk. my Cadillac has that and there is a separate module that controls the sort of the things aside from the car's computer itself. You may be able to replace this with the use part from a pull apart type junkyard.

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