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1992 buick lesabre....ac blower stops occasionally,changes to different vent, doesnt stay in ac vent.when holding max ac button lights blink to different control buttons.vent will stay only for a few seconds after car is running about 5 minutes.then you have to press max ac button to return airflow to vent and only stays for a few seconds BUT mainly comes from bottom most of the time.

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    The car isn't a digital ac control panel but it has slider for speed and heat and 8 other buttons including defrost.

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He problem sounds like the dsah ground isn't good and it loses ground and the whole system resets at the beginning. the ground wire fro the heater control isn't making or is broken the dash is grounded in the engine compartment by a ground strape that is connect to one of the transmission to engine bolts and then comes up to the dsah and is connected there. it can be under a cover that covers fuses and relays withthe cover off you can see it and the fuses and relays. Replugging the relays can fix problems that you might not know you have and you may get everthing working by just finding and unbolting and rebolting all the ground wirres you can find the making sure their claen. start at and around the battery as battery fumes tend to cause the most problems

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