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Blinking panel lights

How do you fix the blinking panel lights after you replace your battery?

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To Calibrate , start and warm engine to normal operating temp. with engine idling turn blower switch to high, turn mode switch to panel, open all outlets, move temp lever to full cold.
press and hold rear wash and rear wiper buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds (untill all leds illuminate.) all leds should light up for 5 seconds, rear wiper and intermittent rear wiper button leds will flash alternatly during calibration... after 60 seconds if only rear wiper button led is flashing, cal. is complete

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