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AC - turns on by itself

While driving and using the front AC, sometimes the rear AC turns on by itself. I turn the rear AC swith on then off and it does not resolve the problem. I have shut the truck off and the AC continues to run draining the battery, alos when it shuts itself off I have shut the truck off taken key from ignition and the rear AC turns on by itself. I don't believe in ghosts so what is the issue? Have there been recalls for this?

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I thik they have a current recall for it you may want to check with the chevy dealer in your area and see what they say

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