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  • wghewett Oct 16, 2010

    HEATER CONTROL UNIT IN THE DASH -- 1995 BUICK LESABRE - I GOT IT FIGURED OUT BY MYSELF. THE VALVES ARE CONTROLED BY VACUME FROM THE ENGINE. fOUND ONE OF THE VALVES STUCK AND WORKED IT5 BY HAND AND WD40 AND IT SEEMS TO WORK FOR THE IME BEEING. W.G.HEWETT

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Hi!!

To properly assist you I need to know what year and model is your vehicle? And just to be sure, are you referring to the vehicle's computer named, also called PCM, PCU, ECU, etc.?? Why do you want to remove it? Thanks

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