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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-03-03, 09:48 PM Thread Starter
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Climate Control Display

The display for the Climate Control on my '97 Fairmont has gone. Is it nessessary to remove the dash just to replace the bulb? And if so, how difficult is it?
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too easy..

remove the ashtray, there is a screw in there, above the instrument cluster, theres 3 screws there, below the instrument cluster, on each side of the wheel, there are screws.

remove them all, the facia unclips, unplug all cables, then when its off, the cruise control panel just unscrews.

Remove it, and replace globes.

While its out, look at the bottom where the fibre filled vacuum hose connects. use compressed air to blow out any dust around the thermistor. more accurate temperature control will be achieved.

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