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The rear heater (blower) won't operate. Changed both front and rear control panels and both F and R Resistors. And of course checked all the fuses under the dash And under the hood, All seem to be good . Is there a selinoid that could be causing my headaches? Is there a water valve that helps operate the rear heater/blower? any help would be appreciated.

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You need to solder the 4 pins on the circuit board on the main heater control head. I have pictures and procedures posted here. I fix for $25 plus postage if you can't do it. But it is easy. Just put a small dab on each pin If you look with magnifying glass, you will see a tiny crack all the way around at least one pin.

Gerry

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