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The controls on my wifes 93 lesabre for the heater and a/c will start to freak out the lights start to switch between all of the different settings and then it will stop on whatever setting it likes and you cant change it we have had the dash ripped apart 10 times and replaced a bunch of stuff any help would be greatly appreciated

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Locate the relay for the heater/ac control. it is likely located in the fuse panel under the dash and replace it. the second culprit may be the resistor block that controls the speeds of the fan. it is located in the ductwork under the dash close to the fan itself. fairly easy to spot as there will be a wiring harness plug that goes to it. two to three bolts hold it in place. they have a tendency to rust and may possibly be shorting out. check the relay first tho

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