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Thermostat Lights going out

Thermostat Lights going out

Thermostat Lights going out

Postby mbuchanan306 [OP] » Mar 10 2011, 6:34pm

I have a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic and the thermostat is a dual control and the lights are going out on it. How do I fix this?
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Re: Thermostat Lights going out

Postby Luke300zx » Mar 10 2011, 6:54pm

So you have the dual climate controls and the greenish lights are going out?
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Re: Thermostat Lights going out

Postby Desert Mad Man » Mar 10 2011, 7:03pm

I think you have to replace the climate control section with the temp display. It is all one piece and if memory serves correctly you cannot replace just the display piece.
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