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Old 01-21-2008, 05:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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On my climate control, the lights tend to only come on after I slam the temp setting alway the way up or down. I'm assuming its either a short, loose wire, or loose bulbs?

Sound about right?
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Bulbs are going out, time to replace them
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mine are doing the same thing from one of the bulbs being loose
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mine are doing the same thing from one of the bulbs being loose
Thanks. I'll take it apart and take a look tomorrow, and I will see if they are going out.
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dont mean to thread jack but how do you take the panel off? 95 civic 4 door, my lights dont come on at all
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you have to remove the center console on the bottom. From tehre you can see there are 3 screws holding the climate control. You need to also unplug a large harness connector and a small grey one. The heater cable also needs to be undone. Once you get that out, you can get the climate control out and take the face plate off.
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Yeah, that was a pain to do all that. Some of those angles...and if you don't have a stubby screwdriver, you might have problems. I had the hardest time because I was at my friend's garage and he didn't really have any short/stubby drivers; it just sucked.

Now I just want to take climate control out of the car. I hate trim... As soon as I have a secondary vehicle, I'm going to rip all the trim out and strip my car down to basic essentials.

I ended up taking out the bulbs on the climate control console. I like the car to be dark at night. I'm going to be putting in kill-switches for all my lighting someday when there's no trim in the way of wires. I want to be able to run black.
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well.. i actually used a REALLY LONG screwdriver and it worked on the two screws up front versus the stubby one.
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