All the fuses apear to be in perfect condition, the panel works fine, it just does not light up, the ac control panel is also does not light up.
if any body out there knows what could cause this, pleeeaaaassseee help me out!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: 95 corolla wagon instrument panel do not light up
Somewhere on you dash is a dial, button or slider that controls the inside dome light it also controls and dims the dash lights. someone has probably turned this all the way down by accident. just find it and turn it back up. it will usually have a light symbol on or next to it. I hope this helps and good luck
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Start the car and turn the air conditioning on. Allow the
engine to run a few minutes so the air can cool. Check to make sure you
have the proper buttons selected. This simple step may uncover the root
of the problem.
Adjust the air controls on the dashboard to see how they are
working. If the controls move the way they should with the proper
amount of resistance and stopping in the right places but have effect on
the air, then the problem may as simple as a blown fuse. If the
controls are not working at all, then the problem is in the control
Get to the fuse box in a Ford Explorer by removing the
instrument panel to the left and slightly below the steering wheel.
There is a fuse remover provided in the fuse box. A blown fuse will have
a broken wire in it. In a Ford Explorer, this fuse is red number 10.
Find the control panel by prying off the top instrument
panel around the air conditioning temperature controls. Unscrew four
screws, one in each corner, and remove the temperature control panel.
Unplug four electrical connectors and one vacuum hose to the control
Listen for the blower motor to be properly working while the
engine is running and the air conditioning controls are turned to high.
Adjust them from low to high to make sure the blower motor noise
increases and decrease accordingly.
Instructions1 See if the problem is as simple as a blown fuse. It is probably a blown fuse if the temperature controls on the dashboard seem to work correctly but have no effect on the air. The fuse box in a Lincoln Navigator is located by the brake on the left lower side of the steering wheel. Pry off the fuse panel cover and find the blown fuse. 2 Have a look at the control panel next, if the controls are not working at all. First disconnect the negative battery cable. Detach the shift lever cover, and then the electrical connector. Unscrew the screws holding the trim cover on the shift panel. Disengage the four clips to pull the trim panel off. 3 Unplug the electrical connectors, remove four more screws, open the audio unit cover the whole way, disengage the clips in each corner and remove the climate control panel. 4 Listen for the blower motor to be properly working while the engine is running with the air conditioning controls turned to high. Adjust them from low to high to make sure the blower motor noise increases and decrease accordingly. 5 Find the blower motor in a Lincoln Navigator underneath the passenger side lower trim panel. Push the carpet back. Unplug the electrical connection from the blower motor, remove four screws and pull the motor out. Thanks
CHECK ALL THE FUSES UNDER THE DASH AND UNDER THE HOOD OF THE CAR FOR THE DOOR LOCK ISSUE
THE BREAK LIGHT ALWAYS ON , THERE IS A SWITCH UNDER THE EMERGENCY BREAK HANDLE THAT SOUNDS LIKE IT JUST NEEDS ADJUSTING
hI THEGROVE45, did you ever get this problem fixed. I have the same problem, and took it into the dealership, they told me they would have to replace the whole unit, and told me the light inside there was not a light bulb but a wand lit up with LED.
start with the obvious... you have a short circuit... i presume the fuse you have to keep replacing controls the fan. look under the dash near the fan and look for the resister block that controls the fan... you won't see the actual resisters but you will see wires that plug into the side of the duct work for the vents.... remove the two screws holding that block in and check the condition of the resister block. while you have the part out and unplugged you can easily test if the short is there by putting to fuse back in and seeing if it blows again.