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They can't be fixed. You have to change the radio. The climate control is the same way, You have to change the unit to get the light working.
If parking and tailights are working could be headlight switch--rheostat for dimming control could be bad
Fuse number 23 in the passenger compartment box is blown. It caused the following devices to stop working: Door lock switches (but not the locks), Interior lights, radio lights, A/C climate control, overhead console quit.
Is it the push button style climate control panel? If so I am having the same problem. I can not adjust where the air blows from because its not getting the signal from the buttons. Also the lights are not Illuminated and the rear defrost does not work.
Usually it does not. Unless your remote control unit is on the same fuse along with the dome lights.
* Lights. * Appliances. * Heating/air conditioning. * Security systems. * Traffic control.
if all buttons and lights went out on your climate control then either its not receiving proper power or ground, or the control panel assembly is faulty.
signal lights not working.
If they are all not working, I would suspect a blown fuse, or they are just turned off. There is a rheostat used to control the brightness of the instrument lights. If it is turned too far the lights will go off. Find the control and turn it. Sometimes it is the reset button for the odometer and sometimes it is a separate control. Look in your owner's manual for the location.
Are you sure you need the fuse for the cruise control. My cruise control wasn't working, neither were my brake lights. All 7 bulbs were burnt out. When the brake lights were replaced the cruise control worked.
If the fuses are all good (which, I bet they are), you most likely have a faulty dimmer control. Almost all the dash and interior trim lights are wired through this switch to allow you to dim them. If it has gone bad, that could cause them all to stop working. Fairly inexpensive and easy to change. Check the fuses-- under the dash and/or under the hood.
The dash light brightness control may be turned off, check the switch.
You don't replace the lights in the dash board climate control. It is a singular control module. Once the lights in it burn out, that's it. You either replace it for a few hundred bucks or just live with it. A quick and cost effective way to get light in that area is to buy a little 12 volt light that you plug into the cigarette lighter with a flexible neck.
If your key fob is working, and the correct lights blink when you use it, and all of your electrical devices are working, this is a good sign that the body control module is working. The only real way to know there is a problem with it is to have it tested by an auto technician.
Check your tail lights to see if they are working. Some car makers tie the dash lights to the tail lights as a way to warn you the tail lights are out. Alternately, your head light control dimmer has gone bad.
They wire a house for lights, applicances, and air conditioning.
the lights are out on my dash, climate control and radio buttons, but are ok (but very dim) on the odometer and radio clock/display. it's like someone turned the dimmer all the way down. could the dimmer be bad? all my interior lights and automatic headlights work.
If a Passat 04 TDI's indicator lights are not working, check the fuse. A blown fuse can cause the lights to stop working.
Could be a short or the climate control unit is about to be toast.
crown Victoria blower not working and head lights.
my lights are not working when i changed the pads on my peutgeo partner van
lights flashing on an a/c control head usually indicate a pressure problem in the .c system. possibly low on freon
Depends on which lights. Pull off the climate control knobs and take out both screws. Give the dash a tug from the sides near the compartments and you can pull the whole thing out.
it is a regulater switch in the fuse box under the hood.