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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the infamous "custom control kit" its an electronic board that only control that one precision temp burner all other elements ar regular switches, if thats the one where the sound os coming form replace the control. .nothing else to do
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
Yeah , something would have broke for real had you pried it any more.
There is a bulb just below the control panel that lights the panel up... and more screws to remove to access it. The ones behind the knobs need to be replaced ( they hold the switches to the face plate), and you need to unscrew the ones behind the trim and above the ash tray.
The trim comes off in one piece (held by clips).
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Replace all tact switches at the control panel... all switches is have bad resistance thats why your system is abnormal!
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
Before tearing out the AC control, does the temp knob feel loose or
wobble alot more then the fan knob? If so pull the temp knob straight
off. Look at the small nut around the shaft the knob came off of. Its
common for them to come loose. Just tighten it up some and reinstall
the knob. Your temp will work normally now.
This fix is for the manual system not the auto ac system.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
the amp is rated at 950Watts that is about 75amp.@12volts. check the battery and the alternator rating. you can't pull full power from the battery, that will prevent the car from starting.
add up all of the amp from all of the fuses in the fuse box, and subtract that from the battery rating , that is the max power the amp will get.
your have to turn up the gain because of the low power.
so, if you change a amp with better rating, you still have to turn up the gain.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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