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Old 01-13-2005, 07:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The aircondition in my car comes on when I turn the car on. THis happens even if I turn the air condition off before I turn off the car. I was told by a friend that it may be a faulty resistor. Does anyone have any Ideas
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If you have a climate control it may be the "sword", which controls the blower speed. Once it fails, the blower will go on with the highest fan speed.
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If you have a climate control it may be the "sword", which controls the blower speed. Once it fails, the blower will go on with the highest fan speed.
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if you have the climate control on auto, the car will switch the compressor on by itself. this is normal.

is this what the sword means???
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The dealer can turn this off. They did for me. It came from the factory that way.
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