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AC/Heat problem Thanks for the quick response. I am going to ask the guys at Autozone as you suggested, but I have a couple other questions...is this eletronic sensor you mentioned under the hood or in the dashboard? Also, could you recall what it was called? I've read some of the other blogs and folks have mentioned a resistor pack. Is this what you are referring to?

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Yes on my van it was by the ac unit under the hood but please check with autozone and i think that the resistor pac would be correct too i would to make sure check with autozone that way you would be 100 percent sure ok best regards mike

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