Consult the manual on what the wires actually do, and if you used the receiver harness already in the car, those colors usually are standard and found on the internet. Don't use a low watt iron with a dirty tip, it can take too long, melt both joints or ruin the resistor. Removing the bolts allows you to slide the pieces out. The only wires I used were from the previous deck. It is based on the same design as the Regal, also a midsize sedan, but caters to an older crowd with more conservative styling and a front bench seat that gives it six-passenger capacity. If you're sure the bulbs aren't burned out, and all of the other lights are working, it's likely a loose connection somewhere.
If you do not see your particular vehicle listed, please call us at to discuss a quote for your cluster. I put everything back together in the reverse order I took it apart and my instrument cluster, odometer and gear-shift indicator works fine. However, I need information on the instrument cluster in a 2001 Buick Century. See Solution 2 as an example of extremely helpful. You car is beautiful and a set of hubcaps would set it off.
Pop that off of the cluster and you now have the entire instrument cluster in your hands. They will automatically reset after so often so you don't have to do it manually like the breaker panel in a home. Thousands of owners have repairs their instrument clusters and you can be the next one to do so if you're willing to put in a little bit of effort. Technician will use the radio to get the scrambled code. A good idea is to start with the small pieces on the sides of the dash what would be up against the inside of the car doors when they are closed, and work towards the large dash pieces from there. It might be time to take it into a car audio shop that does installations for help.
Technician will use the radio to get the scrambled code. I feel like if I were to rip it out I would rewire it all the same because I was so careful the first time. Jul 06, 2010 It comes off from the front. Now that you have this out, there are four screws holding in the instrument panel. Put a small amount of paste flux on the joint first.
With the case completely removed, you should be able to see the complete circuit board. Well, this doesn't have anything to do with the instrument panel cluster, but I have done a bit of work with stereos and other auto wiring harnesses. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Code P0442. Most of the plastic pieces are slid into place on one end and bolted at the other. Now that you have all of that pulled out, pop the dash out.
If there was 12V across the resistance, that's 0. Then remove this panel by pulling it out it will now be held on by two clips at the top. Remove the 4 mounting screws from the instrument panel face plate and remove the face plate. Now, next to the glove box, to the right, remove the one screw on the bottom. Interior Only the bench seats separate the six-passenger Centurys design from that of the sportier Regal, which is available with front buckets. Mine only had three and when I manipulated the others still there they all just disentigrated and fell off. How did you connect the stereo wires to the car wire harness? Click your make below to see the failures we service for specific models.
I was able to pry them open with a flat head screwdriver. It also is held on by two clips. Over time this light has a tendency to burn out, which can make for unsafe night driving as the driver will not be able to see all of the information usually at his disposal while driving. Technician can check Service Information for some accessories. So, maybe take a trip to some local junkyards, you might find something to your liking.
It is soldered onto the board. Safety In addition to the federally required dual front airbags, the Century also comes with standard antilock brakes and traction control. Jan 13, 2010 I had this same problem and I removed the long plastic dash piece that goes from door to door after removing other pieces which hold that one in place and then tilt the steering wheel to the lowest position. I am the owner of a 2001 Buick Century Sedan - V6. This is for the illumination of the stereo display to change with your dash light brightness. Technician can check Service Information for some accessories. Add a small amount of solder to the tip of the iron a drop is too much then drag it across the joint as it melts.