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Climatronic does not work in my 96 golf vr6 can

I have had the full control panel out of the car and checked the connections and it still doesn't work, thought it might be a fuse but can't seem to find it, it says in the manual that there are fuse above the relays in the fuse board but I can't see them, can you help please. Richard

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The relays are above the fuse box. You can test them with an ohmmeter. and check power in the wiring with a test light. If fuses are good, the control itself may be bad. You can test pressure in the vacuum hose with a vacuum pressure tester.

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