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No power to instrument panel ac and heat controls

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    car runs have power to stereo locks windows all other accesories just no instrument guages or controls for heater /ac

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THE bulbs are not replaceble supposed to replace the whole control head. not the brightest idea i know but that is how gm designed it. if you know how to solder you might can pull apart and find some bulbs that solder in and repair it.I have never tried this, the bulbs are soldered onto the board

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This is all linked to the Body Control Module. After checking all fuses and relays, start there. Warning, it is very hard to get to, and i am not sure as to its exact location on an envoy.

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are you sure that your fuses are all good?because it's highly impossible for all off your dash lights and your heater/a/c light burn out at the same time.and yes it is controlled all together.make sure that your dimmer switch is not turned all the way down cause this will cause them to not work.i believe that the dashboard alone has either 3 or 4 bulbs so im pretty sure it has to be a fuse or your dimmer switch.please try these options first ok. hope this info helps.take care and good luck, manny

Posted on Apr 08, 2010

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SOURCE: how do i replace instrument panel lights (heat and

The center dashboard panel, which holds the climate control system, etc., must be gently pried up. Start at the bottom and work your way around. Once this is loose, disconnect the electrical connectors and the panel can be removed completely. The light bulbs are marked Gray and Black and are freed by a turning slightly. I think the only place you can get the bulbs is a Honda dealer.

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SOURCE: Power windows, radio, instrument panel, heat and

While it is difficult to be sure, it sounds like the power cable to the interior fuse box has lost connection. It could be either the hot or the negative connection.

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Fuse, (Amps), Circuit
F1 -
F2 -
F3 -
F4 -
F5 -
F6 -
F7 -
F8 -
F9 (5A) Supplementary restraint system (SRS) control module
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direction control module
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F27 -
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F33 -
F34 -
F35 -
F36 -
F37 -
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F40 (15A) Trailer control module
F41 (15A) Trailer control module
F42 (20A) Trailer control module
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F10 (5A/10A) Engine control module (ECM)
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F12 (5A) CAN data bus gateway control module
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