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Old 12-09-2015, 01:01 AM
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Question gmc sierra 2007 climate control backlights not working

the other day i put in led dome lights in my truck and after i installed them and turned them on, my climate control lights went out, all of them at once so I'm wondering if theres a fuse that possibly blew out or??? thank you!
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Why would you ask the forum if you have a blown fuse, rather than just checking to see if you have a blown fuse? If it'* not the fuse, you probably have the wrong type of LED bulbs. Try putting the old bulbs in and see if that fixes the problem. If that fixes it, you need Canbus LED'*.
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so i put the old bulbs back in and still no luck, do you know what fuse it would be? i noticed that my steering wheel light are also not working (the cruise control buttons) thanks.
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Have you removed the fuse panel cover and looked to see if the fuses are labeled on the cover?
It may be two fuses, on the 2009'* the steering wheel lighting, and the climate control lighting are two different fuses.

Once you locate the fuse, use the plastic puller mounted to the panel door, or inside of the panel box, if it is not there get some needle nose pliers.
If you cannot find the fuse labeled on the panel door, try to find your users manual, or repair manual if you have one, the fuse box will have a section in there, and all will be labeled.
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Yes, I replaced both of those fuses yesterday and still no luck...


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Have you removed the fuse panel cover and looked to see if the fuses are labeled on the cover?
It may be two fuses, on the 2009'* the steering wheel lighting, and the climate control lighting are two different fuses.

Once you locate the fuse, use the plastic puller mounted to the panel door, or inside of the panel box, if it is not there get some needle nose pliers.
If you cannot find the fuse labeled on the panel door, try to find your users manual, or repair manual if you have one, the fuse box will have a section in there, and all will be labeled.
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Were they visibly burnt up, or did you replace them just to be sure they were fine?

You may have to have to find wherever your fuses under the hood are located, and see if any of them were blown, I am not familiar with your vehicle, but if I had a manual I'd look at it and see what the fuses and relays under the hood control.
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Worst case scenario you somehow fried all of the bulbs, which will probably require the whole unit the bulbs are attached to be replaced, as the bulbs are soldered in to the circuit boards, of course if you get get the units apart, and were good with soldering you could fix it, lets just hope there is still a burnt fuse or relay somewhere.
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So it ended up just being a burn fuse under the hood I replaced it and everything came back on, thanks for all the help!
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Worst case scenario you somehow fried all of the bulbs, which will probably require the whole unit the bulbs are attached to be replaced, as the bulbs are soldered in to the circuit boards, of course if you get get the units apart, and were good with soldering you could fix it, lets just hope there is still a burnt fuse or relay somewhere.
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Good to hear, thanks for letting us know what it was!
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