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I don't have access to wiring diagrams that are practical for me to use for the `2012 vehicle. All you might try is to check all the fuses in the hope you will find one that is blown. You could verify
Hi Linda, The code 24 specifically points to the mode door's feedback signal being the problem. It is carried by a yellow/white wire which runs from pin 3 of the mode door plug to the pin 9 of the 24
Hi Manny, Assuming that there system is properly filled with coolant, the causes can be: a radiator that is partially clogged so that there is not good cooling of the coolant, the thermostat might not
ok this is out of your league for simple diagnostics. First your not telling me all the issues we went from ac vents not working now to cluster gauges not working. so sorry there is noting I can
Hi LLoyd, There are 6 40 amp fuses in the 'center', the one for the headlamps is the 2nd one from the outside end of the box, and its front pin is connected to the battery at all times and the rear end