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2004 Chevorolet Impala

I have dual control temperature controls on my center console. The light behind "driver" side is out, while the "passenger" side and all other lights are working properly. How can I fix this problem? Thanks!

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    Coupla possibilities. Disconnect and reconnect the battery first. See if that does it. If not, you may have to replace the driver side actuator for the split system. You can find the part number for your year by searching for impala heat problems on Google as well as detailed instructions on how to replace the part. (You'll have to go in through the driver's side bottom dash panel...)

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I currently have the dash cover off and the wc control on the table in front of me. I see the tiny bulb but I can't pull it twist it out. It looks like I might have to unsolder it from the circuit board. I've done stuff like this before, but not before making sure this is the last resort. That's why I was searching to see what others have done. I'm past the warranty and assume the entire controller is expensive. To get the controller out, remove the dash cover. Two screws on the ceiling of the game area, a screw on each side under the fuse covers, and some of the push in type connectors along the length. After you remove it, there are just two screws holding the action controller in. A small straight head screw driver is needed to unlock the harness connector, then it comes right out. It is a black box. There are three 5mm hex head screws to open it. That's where I am now. Can't get the bulb out...one of the ones behind the temp spiders. I'll keep trying.

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I had the same problem. We bought the electrical warranty at the dealer though - I was afraid it was a lemon - and it was replaced and covered under warranty.

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