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Old 07-13-2005, 12:26 PM   #1
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I replaced my ambient air sensor in the front of the radiator. So now the outside air temperature is correct. But now, the temperature display on the Climate Control flashes randomly. Any thoughts?

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you have a problem with your ECC, you have to head to the dealer for them to pull the codes
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Before heading off to the dealer. What caused you to replace the sensor? Once you replaced the sensor did you happen to unhook the battery for say 20 minutes.

That might be something to try before heading to the dealer.
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I replaced the sensor becuase it was reading 174 degrees outside, and my a/c would either be all hot or all cold... The sensor fixed the temperature reading....

The battery was replaced about 3 weeks ago...
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Ok..battery was replaced 3 weeks ago, I'm assuming you just replaced the sensor. Try to unhook the battery for about 20-30 minutes. Maybe it'll reset. I remember someone doing some work on their ac recently and the ECC was flashing, then stopped on it'* own. Think it took a couple hours or something like that.
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