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My tail lights and dash lights went out. how do i replace the multiplex integrated control unit?

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Maybe you can fix the control unit, Use these circuit board techniques:

The problem is almost always a bad solder joint.

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Did you check the fuses?

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Testimonial: "yes i did check fuses. i was told it was the light control module. i am hoping to locate one in a junk yard because its $250 from the dealer"

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Tail lights and dash lights is no working


did you check them in the dark to see if , not just dim?
what sub model, EX, or LX? the LX is very different.
the car has 2 fuse boxes. did you know that, most cars do.
the fuse is called fuse #10 (fuse 10 runs hazards too, are haz dead?)
box one in cab, and 2 in engine bay.
the HAZ fuse is marked, HAZ

park/dash dim all dead, this is the largest path in car, over 20 lamps on most cars. (lots of places to mess up)
all are dead, all parks, front , rear, side and cab (dim) dead??????
even the license plate lamp>>>> details?,,,,, help, im blind..
here ill login to alldata.com for you, so can you at anytime.

ok this car can have a tail light relay. the LX dont have one.
the combo switch (1st click ) turns on park(tails)
and the relay energizes and runs all the park lamps.
but not on the LX, the LX is switch direct drive to all parks.
so?????

found this with google. NON LX !!!

Fuse #10 (15A) Audio unit, pocket light, clock, climate control, cruise switch light, gauge assembly, hazard switch light, heater control panel, interior lights switch light, driver's multiplex control unit, power sliding doors switch light, rear A/C switch light, taillight relay TCS swtich light.





Dec 30, 2013 | 1999 Honda Odyssey

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2004 ford taurus ses


Wich fuse for the radio system would you like to replace? There are 6 of them. Your integrated control panel (dash unit) is controlled by the rear electronic module. This is all part of the multiplexed computer network in your car. I would recommend BEGINNING diagnosis of your radio by scanning your computer network for fault codes, then go from there...

Even if there is a blown fuse, this is an indication that there is an electrical failure which must be diagnosed and repaired. Blown fuses do not cause electrical component failures. Electrical component failures cause blown fuses. Replacing a blown fuse without diagnosing and correcting the fault that made it blow will only result in another blown fuse.

Please also review the following article:
Where's The Fuse?

Apr 12, 2012 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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Dash lights went out


First check to make sure you do not have the dash light dimmer control turned all the way down.

If that is not the problem, check to see if you have any tail lights. If the tail lights are also not working, check the tail light fuse. If you find that the fuse is blown, you need to find out WHY. Something has overloaded the circuit and caused it to blow. Replacing the fuse without correcting the circuit fault that caused it to blow will only result in another fuse blowing.

If you do not have the dimmer control turned down and the tail lights are working, then you probably have a bad headlamp switch (the dimmer control is built-in to the headlamp switch and can only be fixed by replacing the whole unit.)

Jan 05, 2012 | 1994 Chevrolet Lumina

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2005 Civic Temp Control & center dash lights not working -blower & all vent settings are functional ,I have checked all fuses under column & underhood with NO blown fuses


Your instrument cluster and console lights are protected by fuse #2 (15 Amp) in the underhood fuse and relay box. They actually get power from the tail lamp relay. If the tail lamps are working, the relay and the fuse is not your problem. The brightness of these lights are controlled by the Multiplex Control Unit and theCPU built into the instrument gauge cluster. The dimmer circuits are actually integral with the instrument cluster. If the tail lights are working and the lighting in the instrument cluster is working, then the problem is either a CPU failure in the instrument cluster or an open circuit between the instrument cluster and the center console lights. The console lights themselves should have power all the time that the tail lights are turned on. The CPU in the instrument cluster provides ground for them to function. The wiring is a little different depending on which model you have and how it is equipped (LX, DX, EX, LX with side curtain airbags, etc.) however, the function is the same.

I highly recommend scanning your computer network for fault codes before spending a lot of time trying to perform electrical diagnosis. There may be a fault code present that will lead directly to the cause.

Sep 15, 2011 | 2005 Honda Civic

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Dash lights or navigation light do not come on when the key is on


first check that the dash light dimmer knob is not turned to very dim (far left). It is located in the dash instrument cluster slightly left of center between the tachometer and speedometer near the bottom edge.

If that seems okay, check out the No. 13 fuse in the passenger's side under dash fuse box.

If the fuse is okay, you may have problem with the driver's multiplex control unit. This unit controls lighting for multiple other lights and switch indicating lights.

Mar 10, 2011 | 2003 Honda Odyssey

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Need to find wires for power lock &power unlock am installing a remote start these wires are for the power door locks on 2010 ridge line


If your 2010 Ridgeline is the same as the 2009, the wires colors and location are listed below;

Power Lock pink/black - MICU, green 30 pin plug, pin 25
The MICU (Multiplex Integrated Control Unit) is part of the dash fuse box, in the driver kick. It has 2 plugs on the left side edge of the fuse box. Meter this wire while pressing the passenger door lock switch.
Power Unlock pink/blue - MICU, green 30 pin plug, pin 9
The MICU (Multiplex Integrated Control Unit) is part of the dash fuse box, in the driver kick. It has 2 plugs on the left side edge of the fuse box. Meter this wire while pressing the passenger door lock switch.

Feb 08, 2011 | Honda Ridgeline Cars & Trucks

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Power locks don't work with remote or control from


The door lock/unlock input from the driver's key switch goes to the Door Multiplex control unit (main switch), the Door multiplex control unit then sends a signal on the BUS (CAN) circuit to the passenger's multiplex control unit; the passenger's multiplex control unit then controls all the door locks. The passenger's door lock key switch inputs to the passenger's multiplex control unit, if the locks work from the passenger's side key switch but not the driver's side key switch, the most likely cause is the driver's multiplex control unit (main switch) not sending the signal to the passenger's side multiplex control unit. This could also be the drivers side door lock actuator. Hope this helps!

Jan 07, 2010 | 2003 Honda Pilot

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All lights work except dash lights


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Jul 12, 2009 | 2001 Honda Accord

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2001 buick regal *fuse problem*


i had one do about the same thing it also affected the headlights / dash and running lights what was found was broken wires by the passenger side trunk hinge the wires are in a flexable wire covering that runs from fender by the hinge up to the tail light lisc plate light wires were broken in there prob. from wear and tear

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