need some interior parts

Henry A Harper III hah at
Fri Mar 13 13:55:15 PDT 2009

I think I used instructions from (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
I remember?

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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