Question about 2003 Ford F150 Regular Cab
It is actually 1 or 2 resistors that have come unsoldered.
If you have a fine point soldering iron, you can repair it. Might want to stop by Radio Shack or the likes and pick up 2 or 3 58 ohm resistors.
Remove the screw from the bottom of the overhead console, and pull down to release the spring clips.
Unscrew the PC Board from the housing, and look at the surface mounted resistors ( they should be marked 580 on them ).
This is what I am talking about on a SuperDuty over head console ( this has 62 ohm resistors / marked 620 )
Missing Surface mounted resistors ( circled in red )
Replaced with 62 ohm resistors from radio shack ( covered in tape after taking picture )
Pat on F150online.com did a nice write up on this for a F-150 overhead console ( I never got around to taking pictures of a F-150, only the SuperDuty Console ).
Check the Technical Articles / How To forum for a thread titled overhead console repair ( think that is it ).
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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