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Hello everyone,
I own a '15 WRX and recently I've been having trouble with my AC blower turning off. The panel stays on with all the lights marking selections and I can control fan speed and everything else, but the blower doesn't work. I took it to the specialists at the dealer and they said it was a faulty blower, which was replaced, but the problem persisted. The blower turns off and after some time (around 10 mins or so) turns back on in an endless cycle. Before all that started, my bluetooth used to do the same, desync from my phone and sync back after a while, but it used to happen when there was an irregularity on the road (bridge joint, pot hole, rough paviment, etc). Because of this, I believed it should be some kind of loose cable or connection, but my knowledge in car electronics and functions is about as much as my knowledge of quantum physics (zero). The problem with the AC happens randomly, so I don't know if it's related. I don't want to spend ~$400 again on something that will not solve the problem, I'm looking for possible solutions so when they suggest a fix, it aligns with a probable cause. Let me know if I can provide any more information that can be useful in determining a possible cause.
 

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Hello everyone,
I own a '15 WRX and recently I've been having trouble with my AC blower turning off. The panel stays on with all the lights marking selections and I can control fan speed and everything else, but the blower doesn't work. I took it to the specialists at the dealer and they said it was a faulty blower, which was replaced, but the problem persisted. The blower turns off and after some time (around 10 mins or so) turns back on in an endless cycle. Before all that started, my bluetooth used to do the same, desync from my phone and sync back after a while, but it used to happen when there was an irregularity on the road (bridge joint, pot hole, rough paviment, etc). Because of this, I believed it should be some kind of loose cable or connection, but my knowledge in car electronics and functions is about as much as my knowledge of quantum physics (zero). The problem with the AC happens randomly, so I don't know if it's related. I don't want to spend ~$400 again on something that will not solve the problem, I'm looking for possible solutions so when they suggest a fix, it aligns with a probable cause. Let me know if I can provide any more information that can be useful in determining a possible cause.
It's the control module that's probably faulty, all those items working intermittently doesn't sound right. To me it sounds like the control module for all those items.
 
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