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Changed the heat and audio control on accord 05, since no heat goes to the feet. It has diff color illuminated lights so trying to figure out if it has anything to do with that.

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  • Sid Schmidt Mar 22, 2011

    does the control connect with electrical wires or do they look more like hollow tubes?

  • alikhandan00 Mar 25, 2011

    sjnk77 : well i believe they are electrical wires if you are referring to the control only for the temp gauge.

    holioloui : your link for the solution does not really have solutions but rather only questions and i cannot click on anything there so no further links to support.

    need this fixed asap otherwise honda dealership asking 350 for a new control... and i dont wanna pay that much

  • alikhandan00 Mar 26, 2011

    well there is no response wen i change the settings... if you were to locate those hollow tubes... where would they be??? i checked behind the unit and its connected with wires... and couldnt locate any tubes.. so not sure!

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Yes i was referring to the heater control wires as hollow tubes would indicate a vacuum controlled control in which case a vacuum leak would cause the damper door to not operate properly in any case I think this may still be a problem check to see if there is any response when you switch between the different settings or if air only comes out in one place no matter what setting it is on. I guess I am not sure what the audio problem you are referring to is.

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