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My 1992 park avenue has climate control. When i push the AC button it beeps and the economy button lights up and blows outside air from the vents. How do I fix the AC?

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Remove the negative battery cable to reset the ac control,then if it does this again,the ac has a problem,and you will need a set of ac gauges to put on the ac system to tell what is going on inside the ac system.

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