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Old 01-12-2006, 01:15 AM   #1
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I have a 2001 Bonneville with the systems monitor control panel ( e/m - trip reset - tire pressure reset ). None of this is working and I need to remove this small panel. Does anyone know where I start? Dealers says there is no reset for this control panel and I have no fuses out.
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gerard, Take yourself a small falt blade screw driver like a tweeker & work it in under that little switch module then pry it out gently. It'* a snap out, snap back in module. All the functions on my DIC selector section there (trip meter reset, e/m, reset) etc went dark one day. I pryed that switch module out & it ended up on the floor. The connector had come loose, loose enough that when I removed the switch module it dropped on the floor, nothing to hold it in place. I hope your problem is as simple.
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there seems to be a few of these issues floating around with the ribbon cable connectors for the console/radio/instrumentpanel/ets i would say its a great start to make sure that it is plugged in, like mark says
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PS... put something soft below it. Hard floor could cause a larger issue.
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