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Replace light on upper temperature/direction panel

How do I replace the light behind the temperature/direction panel between the visors? Does the front of the panel pop out?

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Pull the whole thing down it clips in in about 10 places

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I have a 2010 GMC Acadia that is having Ac problems. The Ac blows cold on the passenger side and the rear, but hot on the driver's side. Any ideas?


Temperature blend door actuator . There are electric motors behind the instrument panel that control air flow direction. GM calls it a Temperature Valve Actuator Replacement - Left Side
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Component Name
1
Push-pin Fasteners (Qty: 3)
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Insulator/Closeout Panel - Left
Procedure Disconnect the electrical connectors.
Caution: In order to avoid actuator damage, DO NOT apply power to the actuator when it is not installed in the HVAC module.
Preliminary Procedure Remove the instrument panel insulator - left side. Refer to Instrument Panel Insulator Panel Replacement - Left Side.
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Left Temperature Actuator Screw (Qty: 3)
Caution: Refer to Fastener Caution in the Preface section.
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How to repair or replace sunvisor


Taping the 2 wires together is shorting them out and blowing the fuse, so disconnect them.
Now let me start off by telling you that I do not know anything about your particular vehicle, but I cant see it being much different from others, so lets see what I can do to help.
Obviously the 2 wires fed power to something electrical in the visor and I am guessing there is a mirror light fitted to it. Is there anything else electrical fitted to the visor? A controller button for example.
If you still have the ripped out visor open it up with a craft knife to see where the wires went to. Try reattaching the wires (make sure you connect same colors) to where they were ripped off and see if that makes everything work again.....no need to attach the visor into place, just testing the wiring for now.
If everything works again, then the problem will be that the wiring and what it connects to in the visor is part of the circuit and needs to be attached for everything to work without some major re-wiring. The easiest way is to get a replacement from a scrap or salvage yard as I guess a new one from Buick is very costly, if still available. The other route is to fully remove the electrical wires and connectors from the cut open visor, reattach to the 2 wires and try to tidy up the work as best you can.
Now for the bad news..... If when you tried connecting the 2 wires to the cut open visor nothing worked as it should, then either the visor was damaged when ripped out, in which case you will need to check out with a replacement one, or (and here is the really bad news) the wiring left behind (the 2 that you taped together) is damaged further into the loom and that is where the problem is. Exactly where, I do not know. It is also possible that taping the 2 wires together damaged something else, but don't beat yourself up about that as most people, myself included would probably have done the same thing.
Let me know if I have been of any help and good luck with it all.

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What size light bulbs are used to replace behind temperature control panel (on the dials not the bottom buttons) on a 2005 CRV, are Sylvania bulbs available, or only a dealer part?


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  3. Remove the in-vehicle temperature sensor.
To Install:
  1. Reverse the removal procedure to install.
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