Drop me an email if you have questions, thanks! Just follow the link and see the photos. Can I buy just those 2 modules, or are they resistors? I offer a repair solution with a lifetime guarantee. I offer a reasonable repair service with a lifetime guarantee, check it out: www. Drop me a note if you have any questions, thanks! If the dome lights work but the compass unit does not then it is a faulty computer unit. I am assuming they would not have used 2 harnesses and the engine sensors may be there for the milage readout to work to? Does anyone have the part number for that particular module? Two bed hooks included with each package.
It has a miliage readout to. To remove the computer simply gently remove the plug from the Computer, then remove the 3 phillips head screws. Posted on Aug 14, 2011 I had the same problem I took the console out there is one screw only the screw is in the little door then slide the console towards your front windshield then unplug the wires I took 4 screws that are in the the display and there was a chip that the solder came of so I solder it back and now it works. Hooks retract when not in use. I was able to lift up the broken solder joint. There are 3 surface mounted chips on the board labeled 510. Refer to Compass Zone Adjustment in this section.
Maximum load is 400 lbs. Refer to Compass Calibration in this section. Same issue, the 510 resistors break loose. The console is very prone to internal failure. Sorry I have been drinking most of the night and I am not thinking straight.
If the dome lights work but the compass unit does not then it is a faulty computer unit. You have to drop the overhead console and get to the display in the front. The readout is now only working off and on with the compass and temp in overhead console. . How do you plan to tie all this together? The vehicle must be stationary for at least 10 seconds at each direction. Posted on Jun 23, 2012 Electronic Compass The compass display and module are contained in the overhead console and are replaced as an assembly. I have a bunch of tech info there; how to remove the console, etc.
Easily installed using existing stake holes in the pickup box. I cannot even find the unit at Fordparts. The console is very prone to internal failure. Was looking to find how to wire this one up, knowing I'll need to purchase the needed sensors. I offer a reasonable repair service with a lifetime guarantee, check it out: www. Hello, I have an 2000 expedition. Dec 09, 2010 I believe that the mirrors and entry issues are not related to the overhead console.
Comes with two covers: one is primed paint to match ; the other has a black textured finish. Two bed hooks included with each package. No wiring necessary — programmable, backlit keypad tunes to the same frequency as your transmitter. Maximum load is 400 lbs. It is really simple and takes about 15-30 minutes.
I offer a repair service in which I replace all of the faulty electronic components, and it includes a lifetime warranty. Apparently they haven't fixed it for the 2002 model either. Can I buy just those 2 modules, or are they resistors? My friend had same problem and I did the same thing to his and it's workig. If I push button in hard sometimes it will come on stay on for a while eventually does not come on again. Temp sensor is behind the grill centered , compass flux valve at the mirror, and the clock in the audio head unit.
Nov 30, 2017 If the overhead lights are working but the console is not then it is a bad console. These are the ones I used to fix mine and it works beautifully. Remove overhead console by removing screw under the sunglass storage bin. For additional information, refer to Section 501-12. There is another link you need. Below is a picture of clip locations. Of course, the temp and compass are displayed in the msg center.
Drop me an email if you have questions, thanks! Good luck getting all that to the overhead!! After resoldering, it worked like a charm. Thanks Guys, Yep guess I should have mentioned that the console is a stock model out of a F150. Check it out and drop me a note if you have any questions, thanks! Thanks, Bill Click to expand. If theoverhead lights work then it is not a fuse, the computer has gone bad. This is a very common issue with this, and many other overhead consoles of this era. Easily installed using existing stake holes in the pickup box. Hooks retract when not in use.
I'm curious to see how you make out! I imagine the clock you have just needs pwr and gnd. I had one just like it in my 2002 F150 and bought this one on e-bay to install in my 2004 F250. . . .