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quang
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quang Sep 29, 2:09pm - #287367 
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AC lights

i was messing with the green/black wires behind the cig light and now my AC control lights wont light up.. any one know what i should do??
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Clos Sep 29, 2:10pm - #287368 
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u probably burned them thumbsdown sorry but i dont know just wait for someone to help you thumbsup
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isaac Sep 29, 2:30pm - #287369 
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slidr Sep 29, 3:19pm - #287370 

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And I'm also guessing that the backlights on your radio won't work when your headlights come on also, right?

If so, then you have blown a ground, and need to make it grounded again by attaching a certain wire to another ground.

Let me know if this is the case and I will show you what wire to do this to.

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ghostingcelica Sep 29, 6:02pm - #287371 
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did you touch the circuit board at all because its hella fragile
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