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Where is the computer at for the four-wheel-drive on the 02 envoy


UP under left side of the instrument panel ! Remove left end access panel instrument panel .
Important: The access panel is removed in order to visually see the electrical connectors and the location of the transfer case control module. It will also be easier to see the mounting and alignment slots for the transfer case control module mounting bracket.
Remove insulator panel left side .
Remove the 2 screws that retain the insulator panel to the instrument panel (IP).
Release the insulator panel retaining clip from the IP substrate.
Lower the insulator panel.
Remove the 2 data link connector (DLC) retaining screws.
Remove the DLC from the insulator panel.
Remove the courtesy lamp from the insulator panel. Refer to Instrument Panel Courtesy Lamp Bulb Replacement in Lighting Systems.
Remove the splice pack from the insulator panel.
Remove the hazard and turn signal flasher from the insulator panel. Refer to Hazard and Turn Signal Flasher Replacement in Lighting Systems.
Remove the insulator panel from the IP.

Remove the transfer case control module (1) and mounting bracket from the instrument panel mag beam.
Disconnect the three electrical connectors from the transfer case control module.
Remove the transfer case control module from the mounting bracket.

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2003 Malibu blows hot air from vents no matter where temp is set and on ac also


Blend door is not working. Could be the door is stuck, wiring issue, bad actuator or control panel issue. In your car, the actuator is not too hard to access. Follow the instructions to access the actuator. Check the connection. Before removing the actuator, turn the key on and change the temp setting. If you hear clicking from the actuator, it has probably stripped its gears. If not, remove the actuator and check to see if you can rotate the door by hand. If not, you will need to remove the duct to see why the door is jammed. If the door rotates by hand, plug the connector back into the actuator, turn the key on again, and change the temp setting while watching the gear on the actuator to verify operation. If the actuator doesn't turn the gear, the problem is with the actuator or the controller. Remove the connector again and probe the connector with a voltmeter. Turn the key on again and probe the terminal of the light blue wire. There should be voltage there when you change the temp setting. If not, the problem is with the control panel. If there is voltage of a few volts or more, the problem is the actuator.

Removal & Installation

Remove the fuse labeled HVAC CTRL (BATT).
Remove the left closeout panel.
Remove the knee bolster.
Remove the air temperature actuator screws.
Remove the air temperature actuator.
Remove the air temperature actuator wire harness connector.
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To install:

Install the air temperature actuator wire harness connector.
Install the air temperature actuator and tighten the mounting screws to 13 inch. lbs. (1.5 Nm).
Install the knee bolster
Install the left closeout panel.
Install the fuse labeled HVAC CTRL (BATT).


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The light for the climate control fan switch is not working. Can it be replaced?


The lights are behind the panel. The front bezel is a pop on part remove it carefully and the remove the mount screws for the panel and you can access the bulbs. Check with the parts store for the replacement size.

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A/c panel lights dont work why ?


The heater control panel is sealed so you can not access the lights. They simply go out and you have to replace the panel to get lights back.

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The control panel for the heater and A/C must be removed. Suggest you get Chilton's manual from the library. It will take you through step by step with pictures. To summarize: 1) Remove trim panel covering radio and heater controls. 2) Remove radio. 3) Disconnect the two heater control cables from the control panel. The trick to removing the cables is to compress the "claw" spring holding the cable by pressing a screwdriver from the underside of the control panel to release each cable.4) Remove control panel. Take to a workbench. From the backside of the control panel at the top, notice two large holes through which you can access the V2 Toshiba bulb holders. Turn them a quarter turn to remove them and the bulbs. The bulb is a common #74 bulb.

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How do I access the dash lights for the speedometer and the tachometere? You cannot easily remove the dash. Are they accessible through an air vent?


you can do it like this. Let me know if you have questions.

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Wait at least 90 seconds for models equipped with an air bag.
CAUTION Some models covered by this guide may be equipped with a Supplemental Restraint System (SRS), which uses an air bag. Whenever working near any of the SRS components, such as the impact sensors, the air bag module, steering column and instrument panel, disable the SRS.
  1. Remove the fuse box cover from under the left side of the instrument panel.
  2. Remove the heater control knobs.
  3. Using a screwdriver, carefully pry off the heater control panel.

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Fig. Pull the finish panel and disconnect the wiring harness from the back

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Fig. Unscrew the instrument cluster from the dash . . .


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Fig. . . . then extract the assembly

  1. Unscrew the cluster finish panel retaining screws and pull out the bottom of the panel.
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Fig. Detach the cluster wiring, you may want to label them prior



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Fig. Remove each bulb individually and inspect for replacement

  1. Remove the combination meter.
  2. Unplug all electrical harnesses and unhook the speedometer cable.

To install:
  1. Connect the speedometer cable and harnesses.
  2. Position the combination meter and secure into the dash.
  3. Install the cluster finish panel.
  4. Install the heater control panel with the control knobs.
  5. Install the fuse box cover if removed.
  6. Connect the negative battery cable.

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2005 jeep cherokee dash board light behind blower knob is not working. how do i access it for replacement?


Hi, you have to remove the ash tray and the panel around the radio then you will be able to remove the aircon control panel.

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Need to fix lights on number plate on 1.3 3dr gl


hi from uk the number plate lights x2 are on same fuse as side+tail lights so if n/plate is not lit ?more likely bulbs have blown ? to access remove the panel from boot lid (clips+screws) then you will see rear of n/plate lights the bulb holders twist anti clock slightly and pull out replace bulbs with same type 5watt check all work b4 refitting panel

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Climate control interior light replacement


You need to remove the console upper panel, and the center inst panel finish. Remove the screw under the middle knob, and the 4 screws behind the upper compartment door. Disengage the 4 clips and the 4 claws. Pull it straight out. Release the 2 claws that holds the heater control to the inst panel. You should now be able to access the bulbs. This should help you; repost if you have any problems.

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No lights on heater/fan panel.


Yes, there is illumination behind the heater control panel.

You need to remove the center inst cluster upper (radio) & lower finish (heater) panels to gain access to the heater control; the light socket is behind the heater panel.

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