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    Default A/C blowing hot after replacing stereo

    I replaced my factory stereo with a pioneer navigation stereo, but now my driver side a/c vents blow hot. The digital temp controls are on, but it my driver side blows very hot no matter what temp setting is displayed. My passenger side and it's controls are working fine. I did run the battery low and had to jump start my truck when I finished installing the new stereo. Any ideas??
    Last edited by mah2496; 09-11-2010 at 11:19 PM.

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    I do know that the stereo wires and the ac wires run really close to each other and maybe one could be disconnected. Also another thing I always do when I disconnect my battery or have to jump it is check my fuses. I'd check that because a sudden rise in voltage can easily go through your system.

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