2004 Airconditioning Panel lights

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Old 13 Jun 2006, 11:55 pm   #1 (permalink)
Daniel Henderson
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Default 2004 Airconditioning Panel lights

The lights around the knob with the Recirculate button and the lights around
the knob with the AC button are out. Is there a fuse that services just
these two areas? The buttons themselves still have light, but not the
surrounding area. The third area on the panel, all the way to the right
still has the lights around the knob. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
Thanks!


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Old 14 Jun 2006, 06:49 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2004 Airconditioning Panel lights

In article <RDMjg.7078$f76.4090@dukeread06>,
"Daniel Henderson" <stringman8@cox.net> wrote:

> The lights around the knob with the Recirculate button and the lights around
> the knob with the AC button are out. Is there a fuse that services just
> these two areas? The buttons themselves still have light, but not the
> surrounding area. The third area on the panel, all the way to the right
> still has the lights around the knob. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
> Thanks!


There are a few bulbs and reflectors in there that serve as backlights
for that panel, and i'd bet one of them is out. The AC control panel
pops right out, literally. Take a flathead and a rag and pry gently
around the edges, it'll come right out. Unplug it and look on the back
at the area that is no longer lit, see if you can identify which bulb is
at fault. If it were a fuse issue you'd have more than one area unlit.

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