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My a/c completely isn't working, it was absolutely fine yesterday now today none of the dials work or anything, do you think it is a switch problem? A fuse? something?
 

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None? Not even 4? If 4 works and nothing else then its the resistor under the dash... but you said none so im assuming this is incorrect.
 

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you are correct about being incorrect, None of them work at all i checked the plug that was in the other thread and nothing is burnt.
 

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you are correct about being incorrect, None of them work at all i checked the plug that was in the other thread and nothing is burnt.
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Well all I know is when that part craps out in my truck I can still hear the a/c start and stop to run and I can still turn it on and off with the controls usint either 0 for off and 1-4 for on(just no blower except on 4) see if that works...
 

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I opened the hood and had my dad listen for the a/c going on and got nothing its like its not receiving the signal to turn on or something.
 

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This happpened to me leaving the golf course Sunday. It was raining like hell, I stopped to get a "road soda", when I got back in the A/C wouldn't work. None of the settings, nothing! I started driving and it slowly came back on. About 3 miles down the road everything was fine and I haven't had a problem since...WTF???
 

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Air conditioning is overrated anyway.
:lol: Coming from someone that might need A/C twice a year.........
 

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This happpened to me leaving the golf course Sunday. It was raining like hell, I stopped to get a "road soda", when I got back in the A/C wouldn't work. None of the settings, nothing! I started driving and it slowly came back on. About 3 miles down the road everything was fine and I haven't had a problem since...WTF???

Not a GM mechanic but in home a/c's there is a delay to insure the system equalizes before startup otherwise it ends up being a hard start situation which is bad for the compressor unless setup for it. I just got my 2007 Colorado so I'm a newb....just throwing out some probably useless info.
 
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