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A/C Diagnostic question...

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So, for the longest time, I've been having issues with the A/C. Of course, one of the issues (which I ...

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Old 08-03-2010, 03:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default A/C Diagnostic question...
So, for the longest time, I've been having issues with the A/C. Of course, one of the issues (which I just repaired) was the led behind the A/C button was burned out, so I could never tell when the system was on

Following the directions over at WJjeeps.com, I ran the diagnostic on the system and got a code 52, which is an issue with the recirc door. Shouldn't be a problem. Heres my question though.

When in diagnostic mode, if I rotate the left climate control knob, it will bring up ( in order) numbers 1-88. If I select any of these numbers with the recirc. button, it will display two codes, like 00 16. What exactly is this?

Oh, this is for the AZC climate control in the GC Limited.

2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4.0l
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