need some interior parts
Henry A Harper III
hah at alumni.rice.edu
Fri Mar 13 13:55:15 PDT 2009
I think I used instructions from http://www.20v.org/acclight.htm (normally
aspirated 90q 20v site, but same switches) to replace the lights in my seat
heater switches & other console switches a number of years ago. As far as I
can remember all my little night light bulbs work except the diff lock
switch - because I touched some contacts with a screwdriver while messing
with something else and haven't bothered to fix that. The fog light won't
actually turn on unless the headlights (not just parking lights) are on, if
Follow the Bentley troubleshooting procedure for climate control, it will
tell you why the a/c isn't working. Most likely just pushing some buttons on
the head unit, don't even have to get your hands dirty. Until it's time to
fix what broke.
> I have some of the push switches for the center console (radio)
> area that don't light up. The fog one, and both seat heater ones
> dont light. I went to the auto parts store and actually found the
> correct bulbs for inside the switches, but that only fixed my
> antilock brakes one. The fog one still doesn't light for some
> reason, and I have no idea how to get to the lights in the seat
> heater ones. If anyone knows how, please let me know...otherwise,
> I'd love to know where to purchase some new switches! If you cant
> get them new, I'd like to purchase good ones from someone.
> I also need the part on the dash that is like a vent for the
> windshield. There are two small bolts and nuts on either side of
> it (underneath) and one screw right in the middle that holds it
> under the dash.
> I'm just trying to get EVERYTHING working on the car. Even the
> smallest details. My next thing to tackle is the buttons for the
> windows that don't light up! (a few work) I also need to find
> room for some toggle switches (for launch control, shift cut,
> etc.), and a good spot for my boost gauge. Thats why I tore apart
> my interior in the first place, so I'd like to fix some other
> things before I button it all back up.
> I still haven't tracked down why my a/c comp isn't kicking on. I
> have replaced the MFTS so far. I will have to try and jump it
> soon to see if its the comp itself.
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