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Rear AC Light remains on

Discussion in '100-Series Cruisers' started by Warde, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. Warde

    Warde

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    Searched and didnt find anything on this.

    I turn the truck on one morning and the Rear AC switch is turned green automatically, I did not have it on the day before.

    It will not turn off, stays lit.

    AC works and nothing is coming out - front vents working

    Now, 1 thing is we got a s*** ton of rain in SoCal...could that have someone triggered something in the electrical system? Maybe thats a coincidence.
     
  2. BillZ260

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    Try adjusting the rear controls and see if you can get air moving, maybe just the switch is bad.
     
  3. bulax99

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    If memory serves you have to manually turn the rear AC off from the rear ac control panel to get the console “rear AC” light to turn off.
     
  4. Warde

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    Okay, I get in this morning, lights on, i turn on the defrost system to clear my windows.

    once they clear, i shut off the AC totally. and the REAR light finally goes off, I didnt press it.
     
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    You might have a bad switch, the one in my 100 series needs to be pushed about 10 times from different angles to work correctly.
     
  6. BillZ260

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    Same here with the aging switch