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Information display and audio and a/c not coming on think it may be a fuse however none of the fuses in the boxes are blown plz help as it is driving me crazy.

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  • mwstevenson Jul 28, 2008

    I've got the same problem - it just started a few days ago. Occasionally, I hear a faint beeping sound, but my a/c controls (the electronic ones) go dead and no longer light up. I can still turn on/off the blower and adjust the temp and fan speed, but I can't change from recirculate air to external air inlet, switch from a/c to vent or control which vents the air comes from. I have a 2004 RX8 w/ less than 32,000 mi, but unfortunately, I bought it 51 months ago (so the 48mo/40000mi warranty just expired). Also, my TPMS warning light won't turn off - the pressure was low on one tire, but after adding air and driving for 30 mins, it's still on (not flashing, solid light).

  • lazyman96 Nov 28, 2008

    i have the same problem the ac/ heating, radio and display is not working at.. i can hear the fan going and there is heat coming out but no power to the unit need help fast anyone please help me!!!

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The front of the cd player is removable from the body of the whole unit when the rear screws are removed.Take it appart and clean the contacts on the connector.You can also trying turing on the ignition and just push the face of the radio inward watch the display to see if it makes contact.

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  • fixyaurself Jan 25, 2011

    i am having the same problem, the battery went dead and after start up the display just has small lines like this(-- ------------). the heating controls are fine just the display is faulty. can any1 help???

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