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2000 Ford Expedition 4.6L 2wd , compass & outside temp indicator

My expedition compass and outside temp indicator went blank and my manual does not tell me which relay or fuse needs to be replaced. Can someone help me out please?

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These consoles are notorious for going bad. You can get a new one at the dealership for $250 (!!!), grab one from a wrecker, or I offer a repair solution with a lifetime guarantee. Check out www.autoclockrepair.com I have removal instructions and info there. Please let me know if I can be of further help, thanks!

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Overhead module with the temmp and compass typically just quit after a few years
pull it down and check voltage to the module

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Sorry to hear your compass and ambient temp display isn't working. Unfortunately, this is a common issue with vehicles using this type of display. It probably isn't a fuse.

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