I just bought a 91 Oldsmobile 98 Regency elite. Do you have the correct model number for that part the one in there goes to a 92,93 88

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Asked by Aug 14, 2014 at 09:47 PM about the 1991 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight 4 Dr Regency Elite Sedan

Question type: General

Ok i bought a 91 Oldsmobile 98 regency elite with 77k on it. The climate control panel
showed 3 dashes in window And it was completely down nothing worked. I checked
panel and seen it was burnt out. I ordered one from salvage yard I plugged it in and got
nothing. I am confused because the panel in there comes from a Olds 88 I ran the
model number and thats what it came back as. Do you know the correct AC delco
model number for that part and where I can find one. The one that was in the car had 8
pins in plug the one from the salvage yard had nine not sure what one I should have in
the car. Thanks for ant help you can give.

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Don't know the part number BUT if the one that you got has more pins the old one did. You got the wrong part. Plain and simple.

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You are right. Upon further research I found out they put these heater control panels in 92, 93 Olds ninety eights to. Now I do have a 91 olds ninety eight Maybe it was near end of run when car was made .

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Check the manufacture date. Sounds like you do.

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I received new used climate control panel. It is and exact match for the one that was in car. When I plugged it in got same results 3 lines on display. Only thing different is that panel lights up when i put on head lights

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