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celica_182
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celica_182 Sep 12, 9:10pm - #273203 

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Need help My AC lights are not working

Well guys like a month ago my AC light along with the cigarret light went off the whole panel doesnt light up anyways like three days ago now my radio Its not working I have a flip dash unit and downt wanna come out now and Its not even six month old, anyways I changed all the bulbs and still they are not working what can it be????? let me know thanks guys

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isaac Sep 12, 9:58pm - #273204 
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check the fuse pannel...

if its not the fuse, then you might have blown a circuit on your gauge cluster (yeah, thats where the thin one that easily blows it's located... if all the fuses are still good)

good luck and I hope its not as serious as having to deal with your gauge cluster (there is a simple fix for that though - by bypassing it, but you'll loose the ability to dim the center console lighting after that)

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celica_182 Sep 12, 10:33pm - #273205 

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thanks Isaac I just check the fuses and they are all good the weird thing the cigarret is working I meaning the light doesnt work but the cigarret yes also the time works too where is gauge cluster located what should I look for next?

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DiabloGTS Sep 12, 10:38pm - #273206 

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You need to get a tapping clip, and clip the two white wires coming from the back of the cig lighter together.

Here is the thread to fix it:

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthrea...#Post1869995853

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celica_182
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celica_182 Sep 12, 11:24pm - #273207 

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thanks Ill try that tomorrow, but what about the radio that will solve the problem too?
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Virgilson Sep 12, 11:26pm - #273208 

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man that would suck if you had to buy the whole circuit board...
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celica_182
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celica_182 Sep 12, 11:34pm - #273209 

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big time man, its really weird because everything works except for the lights of the center console and the radio but the cigarret have power and the radio when I disconected from the back and plug in back it does like i want to come out but it only does it half way and then I goes back off confused man I dont know I dont mind the light too much but I cant live without the radio cry anyways ill try the clip thing tomorrow to see if that will solve the whole issue I hope.
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celica_182 Sep 13, 1:31am - #273210 

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Hey I already tried the clip thing and it didnt work one question thought do I have to peel the wires the clip thing will do it itself.

thanks
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celica_182 Sep 13, 2:15pm - #273211 

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Damn man Thanks I solve the problem with the clip thanks a bunch, thats why ECELICA is the shiet for real... anyways I still have a major problem the dash unit still not working confused any ideas ????
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zalmero Sep 13, 4:20pm - #273212 
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that happened to me a couple of weeks ago, everything byt the cig lighter should work ya? and your cig lighter doesnt work, if you want a cig er something right? well in this case it should be the #15 fuse...looking at the fuse box, its the very bottom left, and blue, take it out and replace it...i have no idea about all the other stuff, gl with that.
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celica_182 Sep 14, 4:45am - #273213 

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thanks man everything works now except for the dash unit any ideas??? what might be wrong or its fucked up confused
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RaptorGTS Sep 14, 4:17pm - #273214 
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lol this is the same thing tha happenes to me when i put in my cd player. Everything works but the lights for ac conrtols and cog lighter lights dont work. The lights on the ac button works but not thw ones on the knobs. The clock and cd player work fine. I still dont know what it is. I might just put in a neon light for the ac lights.
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celica_182 Sep 14, 9:03pm - #273215 

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yeah I solve the problems thanks to DIABLOGTS all you have to do is buy a clip and tapped into the too white wires that goes from the cig cables and that will solve ur problem buddy.
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zomgpwned Jun 29, 4:34am - #451237 
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Wow. Freaking awesome. Forever greatful. Fixed my problem thanks diablogts
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