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There is an "acc" light on the mpg/clock/info unit that is in the center of the dash between the two middle a/c / heat vents. In relation the clock, stereo and all climate controls are not working. i read replacing the clock/info unit worked for one person with a similar problem..I replaced it and nothing changed. PLEASE HELP!

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