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Back lights staying when vehicle is running or not

I went under the steering column an i moved this component around an to my surprise the back lights turned off but now the a/c doesnt work heater defroster my gages dont work oil gauge gas gauge speed odometer an my power windows. im thinking the component i moved had something to do with this before i moved this component my blazer was running good can you help me perea

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  • Christophe Thompson
    Christophe Thompson May 11, 2010

    what component was moved

    was it the security module

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Uh oh sounds to me like you removed the CPU that controls all of those components. id have that looked at.

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