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Instrument panel lighting

I was wondering how to replace a light for the passenger heat/air controls. The driver side works but no lighting for passenger instrument panel.

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  • hogwyld78 Jan 15, 2009

    Thanks for the help. I pulled the control head out and it looks that the bulbs are still good. I can't seem to find anywhere online that has the whole control head. Maybe I need to go to a salvage yard to get a new one.

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THE bulbs are not replaceble supposed to replace the whole control head. not the brightest idea i know but that is how gm designed it. if you know how to solder you might can pull apart and find some bulbs that solder in and repair it.I have never tried this, the bulbs are soldered onto the board

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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    TripleTauto Jan 15, 2009

    I think a new one from dealer is about $150 keep in mind if you buy a used one the bulbs could burn out soon as well

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Why is it blowing warm on and off on the driver side and blowing cool on the passenger side?


Here's is a little background and a couple of thoughts. Turning to the background, first. The heater/air conditioner system in your 02 uses the same set of ducts located in the instrument panel. In turn, those ducts are linked to what can be considered miniature version of the cooling system in the engine compartment (yes, this is a greatly simplified version). The whole system, in fact, is run off the main heater/ac system, however, it has a separate series of controls so that it can function properly.

When you dial a temperature, a signal is sent to the heater/cooling system telling the system to open a series of baffles, directing a flow of heated or cooled anti-freeze/coolant to the proper "radiator" behind the face of the instrument panel. In turn, the fan system activates a series of doors behind the instrument panel so that the flow of air is directed through the "radiator" and into the passenger compartment. This is essentially the heater/cooling system work.

Now, you say that the driver's side is hot, while the passenger side is cool. What has happened is that the flow of heated coolant that is supposed to heat the passenger side of the duct system is blocked. Since there is no heat to warm the air that is flowing past the fins of the "radiator," the flowing air remains cool to cold, depending on the weather and ambient temperature. The result is that one side of the car remains cool. And, since the other side of the "radiator" is normal and the air is heated, it is warmed.

That is the most likely explanation for this.

Another possibility is that the baffles themselves are stuck and the coolant that is supposed to be directed to the passenger side is not being directed their.

Either way, your technician has some work ahead.

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I have a 1998 chevy suburban. The dome lights don't work. checked fuse box under hood. All good. Are there other fuses on the truck?


Instrument Panel Fuse Block
The instrument panel fuse block access door is
located on the driver side edge of the instrument panel.

Pull off the cover to access the fuse block.

The vehicle may not use all of the fuses shown.

Fuses Usage
1 Rear Seats
2 Rear Accessory Power Outlet
3 Steering Wheel Controls Back light
4 Driver Door Module
5 Dome Lamps, Driver Side Turn Signal
6 Driver Side Turn Signal, Stop lamp
7 Instrument Panel Back Lighting
8 Passenger Side Turn Signal, Stop lamp
9 Passenger Door Module, Driver Unlock
10 Power Door Lock 2 (Unlock Feature)
11 Power Door Lock 2 (Lock Feature)
12 Stop lamps, Centre High Mounted Stop lamp
13 Rear Climate Controls
14 Power Mirror
15 Body Control Module (BCM)
16 Accessory Power Outlets
17 Interior Lamps
18 Power Door Lock 1 (Unlock Feature)
19 Rear Seat Entertainment
20 Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist, Power Liftgate
21 Power Door Lock 1 (Lock Feature)
22 Driver Information Centre (DIC)
23 Rear Wiper
24 Cooled Seats
25 Driver Seat Module, Remote Key less Entry System
26 Driver Power Door Lock (Unlock Feature)

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No indicators working found fuse box which fuse?


When you are talking about "indicators" we could assuming that your are refer about signal lights. This work with "flashers" devices.

For 1996 Audi A4 2.8L SFI 6cyl the Flasher is located in front seating area, driver side, under dash, behind dash lower panel, mounted above driver side of steering column.

About generic fuses, open the driver side door. Remove panel on left side of dash. Fuse box is behind panel:

Fuse # / Description / Amps
1 / Heated washer jets / 5
2 / Turn signals flasher unit / 10
3 / Headlight washer, illumination of glove compartment, engine compartment, climate control, automatic transmission, instrument cluster / 5
4 / License plate light / 5
5 / Instrument cluster, seat heating, test connection for cruise control, bulb monitor for auto-check control, Automatic transmission display, switch lighting, mirror switches and actuators, airbag warning light, outside temperature indicator, Climate control / 10
6 / Central locking system / 5
7 / Anti-lock brake system / 10
8 / Vacant
9 / Mirror heating / 10
10 / Vacant
11 / Cruise control (automatic transmission) / 5
12 / On board diagnostic system / 10
13 / Brake lights / 10
14 / Interior lights, reading lights, anti-theft alarm system, vanity mirror / 10
15 / Instrument cluster, power windows, climate control, automatic transmission / 10
16 / Anti-lock brake system, Anti-Slip-Regulation / 5
17 / Heated door locks / 10
18 / High beam right / 10
19 / High beam left / 10
20 / Low beam right / 15
21 / Low beam left / 15
22 / Tail and side marker right / 5
23 / Tail and side marker left / 5
24 / Wiper and washer system / 25
25 / Blower for heating, climate control / 30
26 / Rear window defogger, mirror heating / 30
27 / Rear window wiper / 15
28 / Fuel pump / 15
29 / Engine timing / 20
30 / Sun roof / 20
31 / Tail lights, cruise control, automatic transmission / 15
32 / Engine timing / 20
33 / Cigarette lighter / 15
34 / Engine timing / 15
35 / Trailer receptacle / 30
36 / Fog lights / 15
37 / Radio / 20
38 / Luggage compartment light, central locking system / 15
39 / Emergency flasher / 15
40 / Horn / 25
41 / Anti-lock brake system / 25
42 / Vacant
43 / Vacant
44 / Seat heating / 30

Hope this helps (remember to rate and comme this free answeer).



Jun 16, 2011 | 1996 Audi A4

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I've been told I need to replace the control head to fix my AC problems. What's involved? Can I do it myself or do I need to get a mechanic?


Hi, in most cars it's much easier than in yours. I have pasted the procedure below from Autozone.com. Please let me know if you have questions. Also, I would be happy to confirm for you that you need a new panel if you can tell me the symptoms you are having.

Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect battery negative cable from remote negative terminal on shock tower and properly isolate to prevent accidental reconnection.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    NOTE When the control panel assembly is out, it will have to be disconnected from the wire harness and control cables.
    Center panel assembly Front driver's side under cover Front passenger's side under cover Radio/tape/CD player Floor console Instrument panel center reinforcement Foot duct (LH) Control panel assembly
    Light bulb harness Defroster switch Air mix damper control cable Air outlet changeover control cable

To install:
  1. Attach control cables to control panel
    1. Set the air outlet changeover control knob on the heater control assembly to the defroster position.
    2. Set the air outlet changeover damper link of the heater/cooler unit to the defroster position as shown in the illustration, and then connect the cable to the link pin.
    3. Push the outer cable in the direction so that there is no looseness, and then secure it with the clip.

  2. Install or connect the following:

    Defroster switch Light bulb harness Control panel assembly Foot duct (LH) Instrument panel center reinforcement Floor console Radio/tape/CD player Front passenger's side under cover Front driver's side under cover Center panel assembly

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Passenger side vents blowing hot air while drivers side is cold w/ A/C activated. Tried turning passenger climate control off (clicking off button once) did not resolve. Just replaced blown 30amp fuse...


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Mar 16, 2011 | 1997 Buick Park Avenue

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Need to remove heater A/C dash control , what is proper procedure?


Look at fig. 4 for the heater a/c dash control: HEATER CORE Altima REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
  1. Position the steering wheel in the straight-ahead position.
  2. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
  3. Disconnect the negative (() battery cable; then, the positive (+) battery cable. NOTE: Wait for a least 3 minutes after disconnecting the battery cables for the charge in the air bag circuit to dissipate before working on the air bag module(s).
  4. Remove the driver's side SRS and steering wheel by removing or disconnecting the following:
    • Lower lid from the steering wheel and disconnect the driver's air bag module connector
    • Left and right side lids from the steering wheel
    • Special bolts from both side of the steering wheel using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50)
    • Air bag module and store it face up
    • Horn's electrical connector and remove the steering wheel nut
    • Steering wheel from the steering column using a suitable puller
  5. Remove the passenger's side SRS by removing or disconnecting the following:
    • Glove box door and the glove box
    • Front passenger's air bag module connector
    • 2 special bolts using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50)
    • 4 passenger's air bag-to-instrument panel nuts
    • Front passenger's air bag module and store it face up.
  6. Drain the cooling system into a clean container for reuse.
  7. Discharge and recover the air conditioning system refrigerant.
  8. Working in the engine compartment, disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core tubes.
  9. Remove the instrument panel by removing or disconnecting the following:
    • Kick plate and dash side finisher on the driver's side
    • 2 lower panel-to-instrument panel screws and the lower panel on the driver's side
    • 2 lower reinforcement panel-to-instrument panel screws and the lower reinforcement panel
    • 6 steering column cover screws, the covers, the spiral cable and combination switch
    • 2 cluster lid "A" screws and the cluster lid "A"
    • 3 combination meter screws, disconnect the electrical harness connector and remove the combination meter
    • Switch panel
    • Instrument panel lower covers
    • Snap out the transmission shifter finisher (boot)
    • 4 cluster lid "C" screws and the cluster lid "C"
    • 4 audio and deck pocket-to-instrument panel screws and the audio and deck pocket
    • 5 center console screws and the center console
    • 2 center instrument panel screws and the center panel
    • front defroster grilles
    • Front pillar garnish
    • Instrument panel 3 nuts/4 screws and the instrument panel
    • 8 instrument stay assembly nuts and the stay
    • Steering member assembly 5 nuts/1 bolt and the steering member
  10. Remove the air conditioning housing assembly by removing or disconnecting the following:
    • Refrigerant lines from the air conditioning housing assembly
    • Thermo control amp
    • Air conditioning housing assembly
  11. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Heater unit
    • Heater core from the heater unit Fig. 1: Exploded view of the steering wheel and air bag module 93112gd9.gif
      Fig. 2: Exploded view of the passenger's side air bag module 93112gd0.gif
      Fig. 3: Exploded view of the instrument panel assembly 93112ge1.gif
      Fig. 4: Exploded view of the heater housing assembly and related components 93112ge2.gif
      Fig. 5: View of the heater core and heater housing 93112ge3.gif
    To install:
  12. Install or connect the following:
    • Heater core to the heater unit
    • Heater unit
  13. Install the air conditioning housing assembly by installing or connecting the following:
    • Air conditioning housing assembly
    • Thermo control amp
    • Refrigerant lines to the air conditioning housing assembly
  14. Install the instrument panel by installing or connecting the following:
    • Steering member assembly and the steering member 5 nuts/1 bolt
    • Instrument stay assembly and the 8 stay nuts
    • Instrument panel and the instrument panel 3 nuts/4 screws
    • Front pillar garnish
    • Front defroster grilles
    • Center instrument panel and the 2 center panel screws
    • Center console and the 5 center console screws
    • Audio and deck pocket and the 4 audio and deck pocket-to-instrument panel screws
    • Cluster lid "C" and the 4 cluster lid "C" screws
    • Snap in the transmission shifter finisher (boot)
    • Instrument panel lower covers
    • Switch panel
    • Combination meter, connect the electrical harness connector and install the 3 combination meter screws
    • Cluster lid "A" and the 2 cluster lid "A" screw
    • Combination switch, the spiral cable, the covers and the 6 steering column cover screws
    • Lower reinforcement panel and the 2 lower reinforcement panel-to-instrument panel screws
    • Lower panel and the 2 lower panel-to-instrument panel screws, on the driver's side
    • Kick plate and dash side finisher, on the driver's side
  15. Working in the engine compartment, connect the heater hoses to the heater core tubes.
  16. Install the passenger's side SRS by installing or connecting the following:
    • Front passenger's air bag module
    • 4 passenger's air bag-to-instrument panel nuts
    • 2 new special bolts and torque using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50) to 11-18 ft. lbs. (15-25 Nm)
    • Front passenger's air bag module connector
    • Glove box door and the glove box
  17. Install the driver's side SRS and steering wheel by installing or connecting the following:
    • Steering wheel to the steering column
    • Steering wheel nut and torque the nut to 22-29 ft. lbs.
    • Horn's electrical connector
    • Air bag module
    • New special bolts to both sides of the steering wheel and torque the bolts using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50) to 11-18 ft. lbs. (15-25 Nm).
    • Both the left and right side lids to the steering wheel
    • Lower lid to the steering wheel and connect the driver's air bag module connector
  18. Refill the cooling system.
  19. Connect the positive (+) battery cable; then, the negative (() battery cable.
  20. Evacuate, charge and leak test the air conditioning system refrigerant.
  21. Operate the engine to normal operating temperatures; then, check the climate control operation and check for leaks.

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Driver side heat blows cool air passenger side blows hot air. Both thermostats are on hot, recently had no heat flushed radiator and got half heat


Hello, this is cused by the drivers side temp door actuator. there are two electric motors that move the temp doors from cold to hot. there is one on the drivers side and one on the passenger side. you will need to replace the one for the drivers side.

  • Remove the left instrument panel (I/P) insulator.
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  • Remove the left air temperature actuator.
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    Hi I,ve got a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the problem I,m having is when I turn on the heating fan i get a mist or steam coming out of the vents smells like coolant could this be a heater core problem ,...


    Yes, your core is leaking. The core is in the box under the dash. The procedure is quite involved. I will attempt to paste from autozone.com below:
    1. Before servicing the vehicle, please familiarize yourself with safety procedures.
    2. Disconnect and remove the negative battery.
      CAUTION After disconnecting the negative battery cable, wait 2 minutes for the driver-s/passenger-s air bag system capacitor to discharge before attempting to do any work around the steering column or instrument.
    3. Drain the cooling system into a clean container for reuse.
    4. Remove the instrument panel by performing the following procedure:
      1. Turn the steering wheel in the straight-ahead position.
      2. Remove the A-pillar trim from both sides of the vehicle.
      3. Remove the top cover from the instrument panel.
      4. Near the windshield line, remove the 4 instrument panel-to-chassis nuts.
      5. Remove the scuff plates from both front door sills.
      6. Remove the trim panels from both sides of the inner cowl.
      7. Remove the floor console.
      8. Remove the fuse cover from the junction box.
      9. Remove the instrument panel cluster bezel.
      10. Remove the steering column opening cover from the instrument panel.
      11. Remove the steering column bracket from the instrument panel column support bracket.
      12. Remove the lower steering column shroud cover-to-multifunction switch screw; then, unsnap both halves of the shroud cover from the steering column.
      13. Disconnect the instrument panel wiring harness connectors from the following steering column components:
        Both lower clock spring connector receptacles Left multifunction switch receptacle Right multifunction switch receptacle Both ignition switch receptacles Shifter interlock solenoid receptacle Sentry Key Immobilizer Module (SKIM) receptacle, if equipped
      14. Turn the ignition switch to ON position; then, release and remove the shifter interlock cable connector from the ignition lock housing receptacle.
      15. Turn the ignition switch to OFF position; this will prevent the steering wheel from turning and the loss of the clock spring centering following steering column removal.
      16. Remove the 4 steering column-to-instrument panel steering column bracket nuts.
      17. Remove the steering column from the instrument panel.
      18. Disconnect both side body wiring harness bulkhead connectors, the Ignition Off Draw (IOD) wiring harness connector and the fused wiring harness connector from the junction block connector receptacles.
      19. Disconnect the instrument panel wiring harness-to-floor console component connectors:
        Air bag control module connector receptacle Parking brake switch terminal Transmission shifter connector receptacle
      20. Remove the 2 instrument panel wiring harness-to-floor console ground terminals located behind the air bag control module.
      21. Disconnect the instrument panel wiring harness-to-floor console retainers.
      22. Remove the instrument panel-to-floor console bracket screws and the bracket.
      23. Remove the driver-s side floor duct-to-heater/air conditioning housing assembly screw and remove the duct.
      24. If equipped with a manual heating-air conditioning system, disconnect the vacuum harness connector from behind the driver-s side floor duct.
      25. Remove the instrument panel steering column support bracket-to-driver-s side of the heater/air conditioning housing assembly screw
      26. Remove the instrument panel steering column support bracket-to-intermediate bracket screw.
      27. Remove the instrument panel steering column support bracket-to-driver-s side cowl plenum panel nut.
      28. Remove the 2 instrument panel-to-driver-s side cowl side inner panel screws.
      29. Remove the instrument panel end cap.
      30. Remove the lower right center bezel from the instrument panel.
      31. At the passenger-s side cowl side inner panel, disconnect the instrument panel wiring harness bulkhead connector from the lower cavity of the inline connector.
      32. Near the right side cowl inner panel, located under the end of the instrument panel, disconnect both halves of the radio antenna coaxial cable connector.
      33. Disconnect the 2 instrument panel-to-heater/air conditioning assembly wiring harness connectors.
      34. At the passenger-s side, remove the 2 instrument panel structural duct-to-heater/air conditioning housing assembly screws.
      35. At the passenger-s side cowl side inner panel, remove the 2 instrument panel-to-passenger-s side cowl side inner panel screws.
      36. With the help of an assistant, lift the instrument panel from the vehicle.
    5. Discharge and recover the air conditioning system refrigerant.
    6. Disconnect the air conditioning system lines at the evaporator. Plug the openings to prevent contamination.
    7. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core. Plug the openings to prevent coolant loss.
    8. If equipped with a manual temperature control system, unplug the heater/air conditioning system vacuum supply line connector from the T-fitting located near the heater core tubes.
    9. From the passenger-s side inner fender shield, remove the coolant reservoir/overflow bottle.
    10. From the passenger-s side in the engine compartment dash panel, remove the PCM; DO NOT unplug it, just move it aside.
    11. In the engine compartment, remove the heater/air conditioning housing-to-chassis nuts.
    12. At the center of the dashboard, remove the rear floor ducts from the floor heat duct outlets.
    13. Disconnect the heater/air conditioning housing wire harness connectors.
    14. In the passenger compartment, remove the heater/air conditioning housing-to-chassis nuts.
    15. Place covers inside the vehicle to catch any spilt coolant.
    16. Remove the heater/air conditioning housing assembly from the vehicle.
    17. Remove the foam gasket from around the heater core tubes.
      NOTE Note the position of the irregular shaped gasket so that it may be reinstalled in its correct position.
    18. Remove the heater core retainers and screws.
    19. If necessary, remove the mode door actuator for clearance to remove the core.
    20. Remove the heater core from the heater/air conditioning housing assembly.

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      Fig. View of the instrument panel assembly-Grand Cherokee

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    How to Replace a Heater Core


    Removal & Installation

    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
      CAUTION After disconnecting the negative battery cable, wait 2 minutes for the driver-s/passenger-s air bag system capacitor to discharge before attempting to do any work around the steering column or instrument
    2. On diesel models, remove the passenger side battery and battery tray.
    3. Remove the instrument panel by performing the following procedures:
      1. Remove the air bag control module (ACM) and bracket from the floor panel tunnel.
      2. Remove the trim from both cowl side inner panels.
      3. Remove the steering column-to-instrument panel opening cover.
      4. Remove the 2 hood latch release handle-to-instrument panel lower reinforcement screws and lower the handle to the floor.
      5. Disconnect the driver-s side air bag module wiring harness connector from the lower instrument panel reinforcement.
      6. Place the wheels in the straight-ahead position and lock the steering wheel. Remove the steering column without disassembling it.
      7. From under the driver-s side of the instrument, disconnect or remove the following items:

        Parking brake release handle linkage rod from the parking brake mechanism located on the left cowl side inner panel. Instrument panel wiring harness connector from the parking brake switch located on the parking brake mechanism. Three wiring harness connectors (body wiring harness, headlight, dash) from the 3 junction block connector receptacles located closest to the dash panel. Head light/dash-to-instrument panel bulkhead wiring harness connector screw and disconnect the connector. Instrument panel-to-door wiring harness connector located directly below the bulkhead wiring harness connector. Infinity sound system wiring harness connector (if equipped), located at the outboard side of the instrument panel bulkhead connector. Stop light switch electrical connector. Vacuum harness connector located near the left side of the heater/air conditioning housing.
      8. Under the passenger-s side of the instrument panel, disconnect the radio antenna coaxial cable connector.
      9. Loosen both sides of the instrument panel cowl side roll-down bracket screws about 1 / 2 inch (13mm).
      10. Remove the 5 upper instrument panel-to-upper dash panel screws; remove the center screw last.
      11. Roll down the instrument panel and install a temporary hook in the center hole on top of the panel. Attach the other end to the center hole in the top of the dash panel. The opening should be approximately 18 inches (46cm).
      12. Disconnect the instrument panel-to-heater/air conditioning housing assembly wiring harness connectors.
      13. Using an assistant, remove the instrument panel from the vehicle.

    4. If equipped with air conditioning, perform the following procedure:
      1. Discharge and recover the air conditioning system refrigerant.
      2. Disconnect the refrigerant lines from the evaporator. Plug the openings to prevent contamination.
      3. Disconnect the refrigerant lines from the accumulator. Plug the openings to prevent contamination.
      4. Remove the accumulator.

    5. Drain the cooling system into a clean container for reuse.
    6. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core tubes.
    7. Remove the PCM from the dash panel and move it aside. Do not disconnect the PCM harness connector.
    8. In the engine compartment, remove the heater/air conditioning housing assembly-to-chassis nuts.
    9. In the passenger-s compartment, remove the heater/air conditioning housing-to-dash panel nuts.
    10. Pull the heater/air conditioning housing assembly rearward far enough to clear the studs and air conditioning drain tube holes.
    11. Remove the heater/air conditioning housing assembly from the vehicle.
    12. Remove the upper-to-lower heater/air conditioning housing screws and remove the upper housing.
    13. Remove the heater core from the lower housing.


      Fig. View of the heater/air conditioning housing assembly


      0900c15280225dc3.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. View of the heater core

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    98 honda accord panel lights will not turn on


    Did you check the dimmer to switch? This is for a 2000 Honda Accord but this may help you: If your instrument lights have burnt out on your 2000 Honda Accord.... You may have another problem!!! While the dealer fixes this recall, they should replace your burnt out bulbs. 2000 Honda Accord Recall ID from NHTSA: 04V256000 Auto Recall Date: 06/07/2004 Vehicle Component: INTERIOR LIGHTING Estimated Vehicles Affected: 19572 2000 Honda Accord Defect Summary: ON CERTAIN PASSENGER VEHICLES, THE DIMMER CONTROL FOR THE INSTRUMENT PANEL LIGHTS COULD FAIL DUE TO HEAT BUILDUP. Defect Consequence: IF THIS OCCURS, THE INSTRUMENT LIGHTS MAY FAIL AND, AT NIGHT, THE DRIVER MAY NOT BE ABLE TO SEE THE INSTRUMENT PANEL GAUGES, SUCH AS THE SPEEDOMETER. Remedy: DEALERS WILL REPLACE A MULTIPLEX CONTROL UNIT FOR THE INSTRUMENT PANEL LIGHTS. OWNER NOTIFICATION BEGAN JUNE 16, 2004. OWNERS SHOULD CONTACT HONDA AT 1-800-999-1009. Notes: AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO., P36

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