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I replaced my battery on a 2005 chevy suburban.Everything works fine,but my Electronic climate control.When the A/c is on,it only blows out the defrost vents only.Could it be a blown fuse or circuit breaker?

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You most likely will have to have vehicle connected to a scanner and a recenter procedure performed on the blend door actuators it sounds as if you did not connect a memory saver before replacing battery and the computer has lost it,s logic before unhooking battery on anything newer than 01 in our shop we put a memory saver in the ciggarette lighter it only has a 9 volt battery but this prevents things like that from happening don,t have to reset clock,radio presets memory on seats and so on

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