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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Coin Tray Wont Stay Closed
The plastic spring clip had become stressed and had "moved" out of position resulting in no "retaining presure,hence the coin tray/fuse cover would not stay in the "Closed" position."Simple" $6.75 fix.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
On another forum someone said to disconnect the cables from the battery; press on the brakes several times to release any electrical charge still in the system; wait a few minutes and reconnect the battery cables. It worked like a charm--speedometer, tachometer, and display all function now!
Posted on Sep 22, 2010
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Mar 12, 2015 | Cars & Trucks
The power window/door fuse is located behind the coin tray on the bottom left of the dash? "You have to remove the coin tray. There is a fuse panel behind it. Next to that fuse panel are three bigger square fuse blocks. Two blue 40 amp fuses and a pink type C 30-amp rectangular block fuse. The power window fuse is the pink one. Unless you have very tiny hands you can't reach it. Now you have to remove the lower dash panel that is held on by four 10mm screws. Pop out the two square plastic caps on each side of the steering column to get to the two top screws." Good Luck!
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Start by removing the coin tray on the left side of the steering wheel. Next remove the socket that the coin tray sits in, it should be fairly apparent how it comes out, there are just a couple screws holding it in that are visible as soon as you remove your coin tray. After you get the coin tray holder out, another couple screws become visible, remove them, along with 2 others on the left side of the steering wheel (we are removing the entire lower dash panel under the steering wheel). The top screw on the left side is hidden under a small pop-out blank cover, the lower screw you will be able to see by simply bending down under the bottom of the dash section. This whole panel should come off as soon as you have all of these screws removed. If it doesn't want to come off, you missed a screw or 2, look harder.
Once this panel is off, look at your fuse box. Now look to the right of the large group of fuses in the main panel, behind the A/C air duct. You should see 3 square fuses, 2 green and one pink. The pink fuse is in the middle between the green ones and is your power window and door lock fuse.--------------
Remove and replace this fuse with new fuse.Its easily available fuse from local auto part store.Its a 30 amp fuse.---------
But if you replace the fuse and still the problem, then its a possibility that window switch is faulty and it has to be replaced.----------- Check the fuse for 12 volt.--- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
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