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A/C issues; Durametric pulls 565 and1592

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I am hoping someone can assist;


Car (06 CTTS) was dormant for 3 months when i went out of town for "2 weeks"...


upon return, i charged the battery but have no functioning a/c (4 zone)


I had a chance to hook up the durametric today and was given the following;


1592, air quality sensor


565, a/c regulator control module no signal/communication


I ran the self test. it was vague as to any results on the durametric, but all doors and fans appeared to function correctly. I cleared the codes, still no go.


ran through the service manual, running out of time i skipped a little and it basically is telling me that the rear control module may be faulty.


Hoping for some constructive input (Loren!) part numbers for both (i couldnt find either on pelican or sunset) and is the module a common issue/repairable? what about the a/q sensor?


its too hot to drive the pig without a/c :(



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Disconnect the ground, under the carpet, in front of the drivers seat for 10 minutes, reconnect, clear the codes and try again. If the result remains the same, have the battery load tested. A battery which has been dead for about two months promised not much good.

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