Question about 2006 Scion tC
I’m sorry you are experiencing problems with your radio controls on your Scion tC. There could be a few different possibilities. I would suggest contacting your local Scion dealer to check out the problem for you. This way you can get a clear answer to your problem. I hope this helps.
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Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SRS light stays on
This is most likely a wiring issue in the steering column. I advise you not to attempt to repair this on your own unless you are an experienced mechanic. If you do be very cautious as the airbag wiring runs through there and can be a very dangerous mistake.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
If this is the lights for the switches in the steering wheel, these are LED's. The switches are made in such a way that it is prudent to replace the switch rather than try to take it apart and replace the LED. The switches are relatively inexpensive and are very easy to replace. While the LED's are rather inexpensive, the time that it would take to get the switch apart, replace the LED and then attempt to put it all back together is not worth the twenty to thirty bucks for a new switch.
I have replaced three of the four that are in my steering wheel. The hardest part to the whole thing is making the wiring connection in the back of the switch for the two large ones on the center crossbar. My fingers aren't quite slim enough to make the connection easily. I found using a pair of hemostats or some type of thin clamp with a handle works very well.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
The lights on the steering wheel are in the switches. To fix the lights, the whole switch needs to be replaced. Same thing goes for the Tempature Controls and radio. Overall, I think it would be very expensive to replace all of the switches to get the lights working. I have the same vehicle, and almost all of the lights are out.
I think the lights behind the gage controls are replaceable, although you still have to rip out most of the dash to get to them.
I have the auto-sense wipers, so I was leaving the wipers on all the time, and the would only work when needed. The bad part I finally found out about this was that while the wiper switch is on (even though they were not wiping), it caused all of the dash lights, switch lights and rear parking light to be on. I think this alone significantly cut down on the life of the bulb.
For now, I am just living without the lights. The temperature control is very expensive (just the part alone).
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Posted on Feb 22, 2009
The clockspring behind the steering wheel is possibly defective or unplugged. It is the one and only component that all of your symptoms have in common.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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