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Yeah that sounds right, sounds to me Like Power Control Module (AC Control Module). You shouldn't need to get a code from the factory removing the Radio. If you do its not a big hassle it can be done by phone.
I have a 2001 Durango and had the same problem, you need a new contol harness, about $50.00 and can be installed yourself if you have some auto knowledge, I a girl and could do it myself. Also ckeck the fuse box under the hood. Could simply be a main fuse.
Yes you Can. Just unhook the Battery Cables Before you Tear into the Box. The reason that everything went Nuts with it is whenever you Un Bolted the Box you took the Ground away from the Box and all the Components Connected to it. That Bolt is a Common Ground for the Dash ans other Components. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
Anytime you disconnect the battery on this car the a/c contoller will do this. The contoller, which on the back of the contol assembly, will have to perform a system test and pass to stop the lights from flashing. It's been awhile since I've done it so I can't remember which exact buttons to push, but you start the car and turn the blower on high. Then you hold 2 certain buttons down on the control for so many seconds then release to start the test. The lights will change while in test mode. I think you hold down the rear wash and ac on buttons to start it but I'm not sure. If it doesn't work a dealer may tell you how to do it. If your A/C is not working or charged or if it detects any other problem, it will pass and reset.