Question about 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
Have not tried. need to know the location of screws and whatever
There should be a single screw in the front of the overhead console. You may have to move the rear view mirror to be able to see the screw, but it should be fairly easily accessible. Once you remove the Phillips head screw, the console should snap off. Hold both sides with equal pressure and pull straight down. The console should snap off in 1 piece. Be sure to support it once it comes down because you'll still have the wires to disconnect. The wiring harness will be 1 single male/female clip with a push style clip on one side.
Once you get the console down, the LCD display unit will need a #10 hex head bit, I believe. But if you don't have one, you can send the entire unit in. I recommend the following repair...
Auto Clock Repair
6464 Sedgwick St.
Elkridge, MD 21075
Look on the website autoclockrepair.com for a pdf downloadable shipping invoice, print out and fill out the invoice, and make a check payable to Steve Titus, Auto Clock Repair in the amount of $36.95 for first class or $39.95 for priority shipping. Secure the console in a box, send it, and you'll have it back in about 7 to 10 days. Good Luck!!
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