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Battery change Hi, I just changed the battery in my Buick Riviera. Now, the air conditioner nor the heater will blow anything out. The computer shows that they are on, but nothing comes out. In addition, the radio will not work. We have checked the fuses and nothing seems amiss. The computer shows that there is a problem in various areas and to get the vehicle serviced. It is is an easy solution, I would rather do it myself or have my husband do it. Thanks, Tiffany

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Ther must be a wire left off the battery

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