I didn't say get a pro. You asked what experienced techs would do so I just advised you what a professional tech would do first. You also said there were recalls on 2003 and 4's but yours is a 2005 so may be OK. Sooooo, just check to see if voltage os going into the sequencer and if so, is it reaching the heating coils, then decide what to do from there. No need to change sequencer if it is feeding voltage to the coils. Let us know how you make out. All the best. Techpappy
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