2007 Chevy Aveo Climate Controls mostly unresponsive?


Asked by Sep 11, 2017 at 03:49 PM about the 2007 Chevrolet Aveo LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello, my 2007 Chevy Aveo LS' climate controls are mostly unresponsive.

What doesn't work:
-The A/C, Recirculation and Defog buttons do not illuminate/work when
-The fan does not respond at any of the four speed settings.
-For about two months before this happened, I stopped getting cold air, but
the compressor was running and I had enough refrigerant.
-Currently the air is not cooled, and the compressor does not run.
-P0700 and P0705 codes started to show up at the same time that this issue
presented itself.

What does work:
-Some residual air makes its way through the vents, seemingly without aid of
the fan.
-Turning the air distribution knob seems to correctly direct the flow of air to
windshield, passenger vents, floor, etc.
-Turning the temperature knob brings in hot air (at the described residual

I checked fuses and swapped relays around to no avail. The P0700 and
P0705 codes that appeared at the time of this issue at a glance are
described and transmission control related, I don't know if their presence is a
symptom or a coincidence. Does anyone have any ideas?

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