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2007 mustang AC/Heater controls messed up after sound system install

I recently changed out my head unit on my 2007 v6 mustang. I read about a lot of people having AC issues after changing their head units, but my issue is slightly different. The blowers work fine and so does the cold and hot air, but the AC only blows cold when set to full cold, if I move the knob even one tick away from full cold, the air turns fire hot. The rear window defrost button also does not turn off. I checked the wires and connecters for the AC controls and everything looks fine. Is there anything else besides a bad climate control that can cause this problem?

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Sounds like the installer messed up the climate control wiring. May have bent a pin on the connector(s). I have a 2007 and also changed my head-unit. It was difficult to reattached the 2 climate control connectors( big hands and little space), but everything worked fine after I reattached them. I used a mirror to make sure they were connected. You should not be experiencing these problems after a head-unit install. If you had a shop do it - take it back and tell them it worked fine before the head-unit install.



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