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Old 02-25-2012, 06:09 PM   #1
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I have a 2005 workshop manual and would like to run self test and diagnostics on my climate control datc but the procedure in the book is for a panel w/o heated seats. The buttons are different on the panel that includes heated and cooled seats.
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Re: self test

Is your LS also a 2005? There is at least one post that has the details on how to run the self test for the LS with only heated seats versus heated and cooled seats. Try searching the forum. If you don't find it, or once you confirm the model year, post back. Also, please confirm if you are saying you have only heated seats, or if you have heated AND cooled seats.

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Sorry I'm slow getting back ,Yes my car is a 2005 v-8 and it has heated and cooled seats the control buttons for the seats is included on the climate control panel in place of the floor and panel select buttons those buttons are combined into one the toggles between the different registers.
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I found the procedure I needed it was posted to a problem in 2008 : to start self test on the control panel with heated and cooled seats with ignition on press off and defrost at the same time and then auto the codes are as listed in the book thanks for the help---- skip
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Glad you found the procedure. Did the DATC provide you with any codes?

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Glad you found the procedure. Did the DATC provide you with any codes?

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yes the code was 2798 dccv short to ground drivers side, haven't had a chance to troubleshoot the wiring yet I'll keep you posted thanks for the help.
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yes the code was 2798 dccv short to ground drivers side, haven't had a chance to troubleshoot the wiring yet I'll keep you posted thanks for the help.
The short is usually in the DCCV itself.
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The short is usually in the DCCV itself.
yes I did the multimeter work and the datc is supplying voltage, got a new dccv on the way stay tuned
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It works Thanks for your help---- skip
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Awesome, glad you got it fixed and thank you for following up on your thread!

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