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I have a 2003 saturn L200,A/c blower was not working, messed with it a bit and put it on heat then it started working and blowing out air but only warm air even on cold setting with a/c button pushed in. The large fan in the engine also went out and is not working,and the clutch assembly on the compresser is not rotating either, but the car in general seems to be running and driving fine. all fuses checked out good. any ideas what this problem can be? or what to check next?

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You need to replace the climate control unit in the dash. you can buy them on ebay for about $50. easy to replace.
1, apply emergency brake.
2, carefully pull off bezel surrounding radio, vents & climate control.
3, remove 7mm screws fastening climate control unit to dash.
4, carefully pull unit from dash, (you may have to move shifter out of park)
5,pull plastic tube from the rear of unit and squeeze and pull electrical connector to remove.
6, install new one in reverse order

good luck!

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