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Old 08-09-2014, 09:45 PM   #1
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Today I drove to eat breakfast, came back home and about three hours later was going to run some errands and my battery was completely dead. I went and bought and new yellow top optima and after installing it my A/C fan will not stop blowing in high. Everything else about the a/c works just like it's supposed to except for the fan speed. The bars on the screen go up and down with the adjustment bar but I have zero change in fan speed. Only max A/c blows a little harder. HELP!
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You have posted on the 2015 F-150 section of the forum...suggest you post your inquiry on the 'Late Model to Present: 1997 or Later' section of the forum for a wider review of your issue.
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