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My winter and power button on my 2000 honda passport are stuck and it is ingaged in winter mode how do i fix that

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Possible that the buttons are sticking or there is a switch failure on the panel which has made this to be caught in postion. If you are not able to use force to change then it can be that the button is stuck along with the base, use of a degreasing spray can help. Try using WD 40 . If not remove this panel and try before we can think of replacing.

Posted on Oct 08, 2011


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