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I have a 1993 Buick Park Avenue which has Automatic Climate Control. I had to disconnect my battery and now my Climate Controls are completely dead. How can I reset the system so that I can have AC/heating again? Thanks!

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DISCONNECTING THE BATTERY SHOULD NOT HAVE KILLED YOUR CLIMATE CONTROL. I WOULD LOOK INTO THE FUSE BOX FOR A POSSIBLE BLOWN FUSE.

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