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No power to digital clock, temp setting or any heating/cooling buttons.

All other electrical features work fine, I pulled fuses saw none blown so am totall baffled as to what this might be.

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  • JaySay May 24, 2008

    yes i did, visually they all look fine

  • Anonymous Jun 26, 2008

    i have the same problem and cant fix it..have you figured it out?

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Have u also checked fuses under your hood

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