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Air Conditioning Nothing works, fan, temp, off, auto, no lights on panel. It did work yesterday when I bought the used car.

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Check Your Fuses, Most Car's Have A Fuse panel Inside The Car,
Some Also Have a Fuse BOX Located Inside The Engine
Compartment.
I'am Assuming, The Light's Are Out On the Heater-A/C Unit
On The Dash.
Not All The Auto's Light's.
Also, Swing By Them and See if They Will Check It Out For You
Since You Just Purchased Your Auto.
Hopefully It's Just a Fuse[s] or The Wiring Connector[s]
Came Loose From The Heater-A/C Unit In The Dash,
The Electrical Connector[s] Plug Into The Unit's Back-Side,
Usually Access From Getting under The Dash, Hopefully.
Hope You Get it Going.
Take Care, God Bless

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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