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post #1 of 6 Old 07-06-2010, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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AC no Longer Cold after amp install

I installed a new amplifier on Sunday, and taped into the driver side cigarate lighter for the remote power on/off. All I can figure, is that when I was tapping into the wire, I stretched the AC wires behind the dial on the dash too far. I unfastened the 4 bolts holding that panel on, and let it hang for 3 minutes while I attached. I've been searching but can't find the magic terms.

Any ideas on where to adjust this?

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There are more cables behind the a/c than wires you should be worried about. I'd imagine the hot/cold cable is no longer adjusted properly giving you heat when it should be cool..

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When you took it apart, did the plastic gears come apart? Sounds like they are still detached or put back wrong...

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Thanks guys - I'll pull it off all the way and see if one of the cables is unhooked somewhere.

I had originally only pulled it back about 4 inches to get into grab the wire.
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Here's an update - it had nothing to do with my amp install. The 20A fuse had blown.
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Here's an update - it had nothing to do with my amp install. The 20A fuse had blown.
Just happened to blow immediately after you were messin with it, eh? uuh huh!

Glad you got it fixed

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