Question about 2001 Jeep Wrangler
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Center dash lights out.
Like stated above there are 3 small bulbs soldered onto the cuircut board. To replace yourself you must remove the radio bezel above and the shift bezel, these just snap into place though be carefull and always try to pull evenly to avoid breaking any tabs. The whole heater panel then can be pulled off. Unclip all the wiring harnesses, then unscrew the heater control itself from the panel. Remove the back of the heater unit to access the cuircut board. Remove the burnt bulbs by the base, slowly wiggling the base until they snap off. Go to radio shack and buy bulb #272-1141 (mini lamp 12Volts, 25mA). Remove the wires from the new bulb and melt off the glue on the base of the bulb with a lighter. Now you will have two metal leads exposed at the base of the bulb. Insert the leads into the base you removed from the cuircut board and slightly bend outwards so the base stays on. Dab a little bit of solder onto each of the prongs, then solder each prong onto the appropriate cuirtcut. be careful with the soldering iron not to touch any other areas of the cuircut board. I would suggest buying the long thin attachment for this procedure, as the prongs are small and the base of the bulb will be close to the cuircut board when soldering. This procedure is not for the novice, and if you are I would practice practice practice before you attempt to install the bulbs. I have done basic soldering before but nothing on cuircut boards, and I changed 3 burnt bulbs no problem, though I have to buy extra bulbs because on my first attempt I cut all of the metal leads off. Cost me about 5$ to do, since I already have a soldering iron. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
The dual mode blend air door has a broken pivot on the passenger door. There is a revised part available through Chrysler. A couple things to know, Your entire instrument panel will be either removed or rolled back into the seat to gain access to the heater housing which is where the blend door lives. If your dealer says $150 to open the dash, you need a different dealer. He either isn't aware of the on going problem with the WJ's or doesn't have a qualified Jeep tech to work on it. This job usually is about 5 hours or so and will cost closer $750. It can be done in your driveway if you're patient and have plenty of time.
Posted on May 03, 2009
remove front grille then you have to fiddle about with the catch it is quite tedious but the only way or take to a dealrship
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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