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Old 03-15-2004, 12:25 AM   #11
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CHRIS , did you get your display fixed
mine is out on the left side and i can't get it apart.
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Rod,

The display is still out. It seems I would have to have the radio removed and then sent out for repair. By the time I'm done it would be several hundred $'*. I'm going to leave it alone for now unless I find a better(more ecomomical) solution.

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these went out in our 2k bonnie, we only have one left out of 3. I already fixed the one in our '97, it was a long process of trial and error, but now it works. I ended up using the same lights that are in the taillight (#194 i think). Im going to take the whole thing apart this summer to take a peek. The dealer told us that it couldnt be fixed and that we needed a new $300 radio, which I thought was BS.
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i purchased a cd/tape combo offline only to have the theftlock on--not a problem to get unlocked, but the display went out before i could have the theftlock undone. so, i disassembled the entire unit and found three burnt out led bulbs. my question is, what voltage are they and can i purchase any lcd bulb for the replacement? i bought what radio shack suggested for the bulbs. i am considering gutting out the old factory tape deck and using those bulbs, but i don't really want to do that. any suggestions!!
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My middle light was out for a bit on my radio display, the numbers still showed but the backlight was out. I never really messed with it and one day noticed it was working again. Weird....
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