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Dash board light wont go on because factory stereo got removed

I removed all factory stereo without me knowing that i was going to damaged the cruise control, and the dash board lights. so now when i drive  i dont have any dash board lights or cruise control now i found that when i left the lights on  the buzzer does not remind me that i left the head light on.can some one help me out there it will be appreciated...

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  • nelly31 Feb 25, 2009

    dash board light wont go on because factory radio got removed and the cruise control doesnt work at all

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The cruise control has an ECU(electrocic control unit) which enables the car to keep moving considering the load and speed and slops too...so i don't think it should get disturbed by the stereo.. but anyway if it was doing so then you did gud. while your buzzer doesn't work then get the electrical circuits checked and also check if while taking out stereo the sockets were loosened.. :)

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