curtis schubert: My 2000 ford explorer temp,degree display would work once in a while.I took it apart and took it down to an audio installation store and asked them to sauder the two resisors and now it works,He told me that era of cars they used hotter resistors but the sauder wasn't good.They had to use lead in the sauder.Thks. for the video,helpfull.
zen: slap some cheap self-adhesive heat sinks on the resistors might solve issue permanently.
XR IX: Thanks Bob! I greatly appreciate the video, I fixed mine using this video. Note to others: after you remove the two screws from the roof, it's scary to yank out the two ears in the back, but they came straight down. Take care when you remove the unit, one of my 510 circuit board resistors actually had heated off the circuit board, and I searched on the floor and there it was. I had to take some UV glue to hold it place while I soldered it, and made sure to tin the pc board joints (not too much cause it still has to lay flush... just to make sure there was no slag) and use low wattage solder iron and fine solder . Thanks again brother :)
Harry Harreitt: I need to see how to remove to outer case, which was not shown!!!!!!!!!!!!
Onry1: Wow! and to think people are charging up to $200 do to this fix...
red0means0go: This is very handy. Mine went out over a year ago, I will definetly try this out and hopefully it solves my issue. Thanks.
Digger Dave: I did this on my 04 sport trac works great now, thanks for the tip!!
Rick McKinnon: I will follow your repair instructions,but need help as to how to remove same on 2005 sport Trac. Don't know where screws or spring clamps are located. Help
Greg Clyde: It worked for me.
Fattrac: Thanks for posting MrGreasyBob. About a year or two ago, I found one at a salvage yard because Ford wants $300. Now that one is out and needs repair. I can't wait to fix it. Thanks for the video.
Val Zuniga: Nice video. I used it to learn how to remove the overhead console. However, it's my dome lamps that are burned out and needing replacement. Do you know how to accomplish this? Seems like the bulbs are not just twist out/twist in. There is something tricky about their replacement. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Stephen Green: Thank you posting this. My console display went out and I was a able to fix it in just a little over and hour. This truly has save me some money. Well done, keep up the good work.
Michael Cummings: Thank you for posting. I was able to make the repair in a little over an hour. My display was inop over 2 years, I was told by Ford it would cost over $300 to repair...
al fixit: Thanks for this. Easy peasy, and I didn't have to figure it out for myself.
eastkingstonnh: Simple and straight forward. Thanks for posting this!
Kristen Smith: my explorer limited has the sunroof option do you know if this will cause any extra problems when taking it out?
gullett david c: Are you fed up with trying to find an actual way to fix your system..I found REPAIRYOURPS3.ALLALLA point and usual COM now you can fix your PS3
Markos: Thank you. I was afraid to break something when it didn't come off easily at first. Do you know where to get the plastic/metal housing for the bulbs? Mine melted and cracked. Now, I can't find anybody that sells it, ...just the bulbs.
jtol2: Great video!! Can you show us how you remove the whole thing and put it back in?
louie coroma: hi do you have the wiring diagram for this suv
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