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How do you run the on-board diagnostics for the Automatic Zone Control dual climate control in a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee?


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2015-07-15 19:02:41
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TAke it to the dealer where they have the proper machines.

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Hi, The automatic climate control works like if you set the temprature of in side the car to 25. Then the automatic climate control stops your heater or a.c. to increase or decrease the temprature than 25. In other words, it controls the in side climate automatically to that particular temprature. k.Chander

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Yes - IF and ONLY if both Cars have Automatic Climate Control. The computer settings are different (Or are 'supposed' to be) - You can always try - if it works great, if not, at least you know.

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The temperature sensors for automatic climate control are located at the air intake for recirculation of cabin air under the dashboard.

you dont reset it, its automatic, the lowest temp. is 60 degrees i believe.

possibly when the a/c is not needed to cool the air temperature you set. The A/C control module has failed, as revealed on a diagnostics check.

He learns that they do climate control.

GET THE HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL FOR THAT GROUP OF CADILLACS CH 6 HAS THRM ALL 86 to 90 Broughams were incapable of pulling DTC's through the climate control head. To perform a self diagnostics on them, you have to jump the terminals on th ALDL. Follow the instructions in the link to pull DTC's.

It is a button with a graphic of a rectangle with 3 squiggly vertical lines that cross the bottom line of that rectangle. It is located in the center section of the climate control area, which is below the radio, between the fan speed knob abd the diverter knob. If you have automatic climate control, it is above and to the right of the digital display. If you do not have automatic climte control, it is below and to the right of the temperature knob.

No the climate control is tied into the electronic control system of the car which is controled by the computer. The climate control can also be used to view or display fault codes from the computer...............

Go to and type HVAC in the search box. All the instructions are there.

If you have manual climate control, just about any will work but you need to replace the entire radio/climate control panel. New ones can be bought from most car stereo dealers that permit installation of the aftermarket radio. You move your original climate control knobs and controls, and install the new radio to the replacement panel.If you have the automatic climate control, you're stuck. There isn't a replacement panel available to adapt to aftermarket stereos.There are replacements for radios with climate control,, had best price about 50 dollars and 14 for shippingSee "Related Questions" below for more

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