Question about Ford Excursion
This is a common problem. There are several resistors on the display
panel's circuit board that have come loose or fallen off. You just have
to re-solder them and you might as well do them all while you have it
removed. The circuit board is located behind the display panel and you
have to remove the console completely to get at it.
The chips look like a flat silver bar about 3/8" long x 3/16" wide and have a 2-digit number like 60 or 70 on them.
WARNING! Watch out for a falling chip as you remove the console. One might have completely fallen off of the circuit board. They are very small and hard to find otherwise.
Here is a link to a thread with instructions to an easy fix. See post #4.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: overhead console
most new cars/trucks come with all the connectors for all the accessories, cheaper to make just one harness, the part u will need is the sub harness for the overhead console, many times Mopar makes a kit, they did on my truck.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
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