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Well check your fuse panel diagram for those components and see if the fuse is there ,maybe they forgot to put them back in or make sure they are good. If so than you might have a headache on your hands if they didnt bother to hook them back up. Or they could have ripped them when they installed the wheel I would have them do it if you have a warranty and if they worked prior to the install. Wiring diagrams can be found inside the back of a Haynes manual that you can get at your auto parts store,it's pretty time consuming and a royal pain. Probably the simplest way would be to pull the instrument panel and just wire it back to the fuse panel off each component(looking at the Haynes manual).Cause by the time you chase down all those wires you could have rewired it.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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