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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try disconnecting the wires to the blower motor before you put in another fuse. If the new fuse does not blow you need to replace the blower motor.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
these vents should snap in. If you look closely at the inside of the vent, there should be either two U shaped cuts on either side with the bottom of the U facing you, or maybey a couple of metal tabs. Either way, you should be able to place a precision screwdiver into the tab and pry it inward on one side then gently pull that side to you. It should rock outwards and come out of the dash if you pull it to the side you took out first. Let me know if this helps :)
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Below is the web site that will give you a detailed description as well as illustrations for removing the radio trim on your vehicle.
Hope this helps, let me know if you have any problems with it.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
start by carefully prying the woodgrain/brushed aluminum panel around the column shift upwards. Start at the rear, near the cubby. be very careful not to break it where the panel wraps around the drivers side of the shift indicator. when it is removed, you will see screws holding the next panel on (may be 7mm hex or philips - can't remember...) once removed, you can pry that section off as well exposing the radio and climate control screws. both have to come out to get the radio out. the XM portion is not in this radio, but is actually in the rear end of the truck behind the side panel on the driver's side. Be careful if you go poking around in there, because you may have a power inverter back there feeding 115v power to the center console (entertainment package).
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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