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If on a 1998 Buick Regal GS you cannot see the inside temp digital display on the dash for the AC-heat temp control how do you fix it?


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2011-09-12 21:27:20
2011-09-12 21:27:20

Not sure if what you are describing is the common fading out of the digital climate control display, but if it is, these step by step directions will fix it. See It worked perfectly for me.


The link mentioned above is now dead. I found a fix to this utilizing the posts over at a corvette forum. Here is a direct URL to the forum:

Page 2 of the thread has pictures posted. Though this thread is aimed at 'vettes, the same fix can be implemented for the Regal too.

I was able to implement this on my 97 Regal and it worked! The hardest part is actually getting the console apart to remove the module. After that, it is a matter of steady hands when resoldering the resistors.


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