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How do you reset control panel for the rear wiper rear defrost and air conditioner ona1999 caravan?

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2005-10-04 01:03:20
2005-10-04 01:03:20

press all three buttons on the left (wiper- wiper washer- wash ) along with the a/c button hold 5 secs. release and it will perform self dia. codes will flash or system will reset and the top left button willthe only button blinking ( THIS MEANS ITS RESET). When this happens ( top left light blinking ) depress 1 time and system will be reset.

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