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    HVAC - Driver's Temp Control Knob Sticking

    2004 Escalade - The Driver's Side Temp Control Knob on my Escalade is sticking. When I try to adjust the temp up, it goes down or stays around the same temp where I start. If I wiggle the knpb while turning it slowly, I can get it to adjust with a little work. Anybody else have this problem?

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    Re: HVAC - Driver's Temp Control Knob Sticking

    sounds like the control unit is failing.

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    Re: HVAC - Driver's Temp Control Knob Sticking

    Mine was doing it.... a few of my bulbs were burnt out as well...... so I dismantled it and replaced the bulbs.....
    When I put it back together the knobs worked much much better.
    Maybe try pulling the knobs off, blowing a little compressed air in there and put the knobs back on.
    I am not sure if it will help, but it is worth a shot.

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