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HEATER LIGHTS IN CONTROL PUSH BUTTONS ON 200 BUCIK LESABRE

WHERE DO I FINE TO REPLACE THE LAMPS. THE LIGHTS IN HEATER CONTROL PANEL ARE NOT WORKING

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  • zeagan Nov 25, 2008

    Same problem. 3 of the 7 backlights for the heater/ac control panel buttons are blown out. The button function on/off light ( amber) doe work, tho

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    when I push the off button the heater control lights go off but the blower stays on

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I finally replaced the Backlights, using a guide from a person at www.answerbag.com
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(i've got an 04 limited. i just soldered in new bulbs for the lighting controls panel (5 #272-1092) and the digital HVAC panel (1 #272-1092 and 5 #272-1154). steering wheel control bulbs are next. )

Just buying a cheap Used one may be the best, if you are not good with dis-assembly and soldering small electric bulbs
Depending on the style you can get a Used One from an online junkyard for 25-50 USD
Check LKQonline out..
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The most difficult part is getting the Climate Control Module out of the dash, to make the soldering new bulbs repair. The wood-grain Bezel needs to come off, BE CAREFULL, its long and flexible and can crack easy if the wrong pressure is applied or its cold outside or cold in the car cab. Its held in the dash with GM friction clips ( pain in the %$#) and 2 Phillpis screws behing Glove Box door. I worked the pull- pressure from the A/C vent on Right, left-ward to the center, and from Steering Column right-ward toward the center. Once the Bezel is removed, the Climate Control Module is seen, with 4 push-tabs on each corner. BE CAREFULL pushing in the tabs....I broke off one as in pushed too hard. Pry out Right side while pushing 2 right-side tabs gently together. Repeat for the Left Side, while pushing 2 left-side tabs together gently. The Climate Control Module should pop out. Use a 3/8inch Nut Driver to remove the headless screws that hold the Climate Control Module PushButton plate to the box. This will expose the Printed Circuit Board for solder replacement of the Bulbs.

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