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90 Legacy AC Controls


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#1 Guest_birder_*

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Posted 08 September 1999 - 11:08 PM

Every now and then the controls for AC vents etc seem not to function...no blower. This seems to occur more when the car has been parked for a while. I can play with the buttons and susally it will kick in. Anyone know the cause and solution

#2 Guest_Teague's Auto_*

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Posted 17 September 1999 - 08:01 PM

This is happens allot in the 90-94 Legacy models. Most of the time the only way to fix it is to replace the control panel. I have them New and Used. Let me know if I cane help you out. Dale Teague (Teague's Auto) Visit <A HREF=http://www.teaguesauto.com >http://www.teaguesauto.com </A>For all your SUBARU needs.

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Posted 21 September 1999 - 02:41 PM

To solve the same problem, I took the dash off (a pain), disconnected the hot/cold cable where it ends down in the passenger footwell removed the cupholders and unscrewed the control box, so I could pull it out far enough to wiggle the main electrical plug in the back of the box - that proved to be the source of the trouble. It needed pressure on it to make a decent connection. Fortunately, it plugs into the back of the box in such a way that you can jam something under the plug (about the thickness of a pencil or pen - in my case an old allen wrench) which should create some upward pressure and renew the connection. It's worked for about two months straight, but I haven't put the dash face back on (another pain) just in case.




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