Re: Repairing broken Lighting Control Unit
I had to buy a new one, since you cant find them in the junk yards - they go quick. After I bought a new one, I opened up the old one. This was from a 98 model, by 9 years later it had a bunch of corrosion inside of it from moisture and being under there where there are many temp changes. you can probably clean it and resolder most of the contacts and hopefully it will work. Other than this I paid 250 for a new one back then. As for the lights flashing on/off I had that problem. This was before I bought a new LCM, but what I did do one day was remove the front panel where the light switch is and the instrument panel and reconnected all this stuff again. Perhaps this solved the problem, cause the lights never flashed on/off again (intermittently). You may have some corrosion build up on all or one of those connectors. You do have to removed the radio first, then the moding, but you need both doors open also. hope this helps.