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Rear Climate Control knobs don't work

I bought a brand new Yukon SLE and the climate control knobs in the back seat are not working and the vent in the roof will not work. Any suggestions?

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Make sure that the "AUX" button is on, or they will not work.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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