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Old 05-27-2007, 04:11 PM   #1
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Just picked up a 99 Regal LS this weekend. I've noticed that the A/C climate control display is out. A/C seems to work fine...I just cannot see the internal or external temp...and I think it should show the fan speed too. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Whats the part# on it?
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My Dad used to has a 98 GS, over time the digital climate control faded and he got it replaced because eventually you couldn't even see what it said. I don't know if the same thing will happen eventually if you replace it though.
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try this link and tell me if the pictures work for you.

Climate Control Fading Fix second from top.

http://www.regalgs.org/howto.shtml
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Looks like great info, the pictures don't work though. I have a friend that'* pretty sharp with a soldering iron...hopefully he can help.
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Please read the Forum descriptions. Mechanical and Electrical problems are NOT ok in General Chat.
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The first picture in the article shows how to take the console apart.


http://i28.photobucket.com/albums/c2...50/console.jpg

The second picture shows which resistors to resolder.
These resistors need to resoldered using 2% silver solder like Radio Shack #64-103.
The 64-103 is (or used to be) the same solder as Kester 62/36/2 Electronic Silver Solder..




http://i28.photobucket.com/albums/c2...uit20board.jpg
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Thanks so much for the pictures and the help!

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Sorry for the misplaced post. Was just looking for maximum exposure, and I did not read the guidelines completely. Feel free to move this post to the appropriate area.
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This was moved yesterday.

You want maximum exposure? Post it in the right section. The Gearheads surf down here, not up there.
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I have a new but related problem. (I haven't had time to fix my display yet) Now I cannot change the air flow direction of my ducts. Air comes out from the top, middle, and bottom all the time. I can control the air speed, and the air is still very cool. I've read on here that I should probably be looking for a vacuum leak? Can someone tell me where to start first?
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