Hi Ryan, Just read your message after receiving an email advising the controller had sold on ebay. $170 was the start price on ebay not the "buy it now price". Unfortunatly (for you) another dude Walter has won this auction (assuming you are not walter). I do have another controller with a working screen if you are still interested. I am going to double check that it works now. I could do this controller for your last bid and throw in postage.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008 - 08:40 am, by: Ryan Posselt(Yakusaryan)
Hi Kids, I found the fuse for your future reference.... the fuse for the gear shift surround lights and power/TEMS/Hi,low is a 7.5 amp fuse located in the drivers foot well to the right of the accel pedal.... hope this helps when you next blow one of the interior fuses
Wednesday, November 26, 2008 - 09:39 am, by: Ryan Posselt(Yakusaryan)
All right..... As far as I can work out the Bulbs in the rear ash trays are T5's and the Bulbs in the doors are T10s.
For anybody looking to do a blue Dash change I just found something on ebay that will save you a whole lot of time!
If you search 'T2, T3 and T4 Bulbs' you can buy Spark Blue LEDs in the little light holders so all you have to do (for about half of the LEDS) is unscrew one holder and screw in the new blue one. Easy!
Hope I'm helping people and not just spamming the forum
I'm so bored at work I got nothing better to do, Hooray for working for NSW health
Sunday, November 30, 2008 - 09:34 pm, by: Ryan Posselt(Yakusaryan)
Hey I'm still rolling along with a substantial amount of modifications to the old girl, should be finished by next weekend I hope
I was playing with electrical stuff again today and once again I think I've managed to blow a different fuse. None of the interior lights are working no map lights, floor lights or foot well lights. the fuse is not located in the drivers footwell anybody got any suggestions?
Thursday, December 18, 2008 - 09:23 am, by: Ryan Posselt(Yakusaryan)
This fuse is still out (10 amp under the bonnet).....
not working includes:
Interior lights (map, dome, door and footwell) parking lights (when switched on not automatic) All dash lights in stereo, aircon & gear stick surround (once again only when headlights a switched on, works fine when they're on automatic) boot light Electric mirrors (fold in, angle adjust, de fogger) LCD mirror
as you can see a fair old list. How good are auto electricians at diagnosing this sort of shorting out problem? could they find it reasonably easily?Do you have any suggestions?