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Old 09-17-2003, 11:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Wolfedog50
Thanks for the help guys. I think givin the age of my car, and the price of the dealership. That is going to have to blink for a while.
If you have been disconnecting your battery, I would not worry about it... It will probably go away after a longish drive.... But make sure your cables are tight...

Mine has done that several times when I had the battery off (1994 sse) and it always comes back. You will find that the A/c does not work while it is in that state. But it seems to figure out that all is well after a while and comes back... (unless of course, all is really NOT well )

I would take a longish drive and run the a/c through various cycles...A/c and no a/c... run the temp up and down in both... toggle external temp on and off, put both defrosters on and off etc....

In my most recent battery-off case, the A/c came back and the blinking stopped but the lamp monitor says a brake light is out, even though none is... First time that happened so I watching it. and trying to see if I can find something to read about it...
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Is it blowing hot air now like hotter than hot, even with the system off?
Mine did that once, I fixed mine by cycling off then auto I did that a few times and it stated working again. I haven't had another problem in over a year since.

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My park ave had this Climate control module, it always was flashing also it sucked alot because it liked to come on at max heat 90 farinhight in the middle of summer..
http://www.geocities.com/waggie1982l...?1028183007728 pictures are from last summer, i was wrong about that car, it sucked horribly, i cant belive i wasted my money on it! anyways in the 3rd pic has a int. shot.
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