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Hi to all, I have a problem with the AC control, the lights won't even turn on, I checked all the fuses but no luck, and the the outside temp it's not working correctly, it shows 20 but nothing else, I'm about to part the center console to check all the connections, any guidance to what could be would be appreciated.
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Default Re: AC control not working

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Hi to all, I have a problem with the AC control, the lights won't even turn on, I checked all the fuses but no luck, and the the outside temp it's not working correctly, it shows 20 but nothing else, I'm about to part the center console to check all the connections, any guidance to what could be would be appreciated.

The outside temp is a sensor. Cheap and easy to replace. But check wiring first.

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The outside temp is a sensor. Cheap and easy to replace. But check wiring first.

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Ok, I already changed the sensor, no change, the outside temperature thermometer reads 2 or 20 but the deegree simbol won't show up. About to disassemble the console again to see if anything changes. Would keep you updated, and thanks for the help.
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