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Carbonblue2005GT
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Apr 5, 7:07pm - #435985 
No a/c and shifter light

OK, I messed up. cry

Tried to change color on the a/c light. Put things back together, but now there is no light for the a/c controls, lighter and the shifter. The ligther works. There is no power coming to neither the a/c lights nor the ligth for the lighter (checked with a volt meter). Checked fuses, everything OK. cry

Checked the threads here (did a search), find out that other have had the same problem.

But did any find a solution?

Thanks!


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Apr 5, 10:10pm - #435986 
I have basically the same Q in my lights out post. No solution so far though. If i figure it out I'll let yu know

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Apr 5, 11:10pm - #435987 
What color were you attempting to change them to? I would suggest using LEDs, that is how I have mine lit up (and if it is done right, there are no "hot spots", just nice, even blue light). If you decide to go this route (which I would suggest because it looks way better than any other solution I have tried), let me know if you need help/advice.

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Apr 5, 11:12pm - #435988 
this happened to me too...i fiddle around with it and for some odd reason the lights lit up again.

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Apr 6, 12:26am - #435989 
Originally Posted by Puppypunter
What color were you attempting to change them to? I would suggest using LEDs, that is how I have mine lit up (and if it is done right, there are no "hot spots", just nice, even blue light). If you decide to go this route (which I would suggest because it looks way better than any other solution I have tried), let me know if you need help/advice.


I am using blue LEDs. But everything died. cry

So for now, darkness reigns in that part of the car.


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Apr 6, 6:24am - #435990 
Check Here

I used to have the same problem and this solve everything grin

Just look the solution that chung is telling !


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Apr 7, 12:05am - #435991 
THATS AWESOME THEY FINALLY WORK AGAIN... THANKS GUYS thumbsup cool thumbsup

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Apr 7, 1:09pm - #435992 
Originally Posted by SSCarbonGTS
Check Here

I used to have the same problem and this solve everything grin

Just look the solution that chung is telling !


Is your dimmer working on these lights? I did the connection, it works, but the dimmer control does not work on the shift lighs, a/c controls, only on the gauge face.


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Apr 8, 6:49am - #435993 
Originally Posted by Carbonblue2005GT
Originally Posted by SSCarbonGTS
Check Here

I used to have the same problem and this solve everything grin

Just look the solution that chung is telling !


Is your dimmer working on these lights? I did the connection, it works, but the dimmer control does not work on the shift lighs, a/c controls, only on the gauge face.


Mine are also like this... but it's a small sacrifice too have the light back ! wink I'm glad it solve your problem ! wave


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Apr 8, 11:25am - #435994 
I had the same problem!!! It happened after my alarm install (I didn't install it - it was installed professionally). I'll try this out either tonight or tomorrow and I'll let everyone know how it goes!

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Apr 11, 12:01am - #435995 
Thanks, guys!

At least I have lights for A/C controls, shift etc. And these lights are fairly dim anyway. The dimmer works for the gauges, so that is good enough for me. Saved me a lot of $$ not having to take the car to the shop...


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Apr 14, 2:23pm - #435996 
I'm taking mine in next week to a guy I know at toyota. He is going to write it up as a warenty and I'll let you guys know what he finds. Maybe he can solve this mystery for us all.

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Apr 14, 5:13pm - #435997 
That will be great!

We owe you!


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Apr 14, 5:21pm - #435998 
I checked all my fuses and wires and it still dont work...

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Apr 19, 7:19pm - #435999 
Well... I spent 2 hours at Toyota today and my mecanic was as stumped as we all are. best he could do was the jumper thing in the links, but I'm going to take it over to his house were he can work on it without the worry of getting in trouble. basically from what I gather there is a bad ground somewere. But it dosnet seem like its somewere you can find by taking the lower part of the council out. All in all its awork in progress.

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Apr 20, 1:07pm - #436000 
Same problem here. The dimmer for the face gauge used to work, even when I did the ground joining explained in a post above. But yesterday the dimmer quit on me, and also lost the lights for the light on/off and wiper handles.


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