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Old 08-13-2012, 04:42 PM
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I'M LIKE A COUPLE OF OTHERS ON HERE I AM MISSING ONE RESISTOR I HAVE TWO THAT ARE 680 AND THE OTHERS ARE 620 THE ONE THAT IS MISSING IS SETTING RIGHT NEXT TO A 620 IS THE MOST LIKELY VALUE?
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I was missing one resistor also. I had 5 loose ones as well. I found a company here is San Diego that builds circuit boards and the guy soldered all of the existing ones in, and I bought a $.99 package of resistors at Frye's electronics. He took care of that and did it for $10 during his lunch break. Now it works great. They are little round tube looking resistors with about 1/2" of wire on either end. The guy did a great job on the solder. 1000% better than I could have done. Try that route before you get too much further.
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I had mine repaired by a shop in my area that fixes guitar amps. They repaired the broken resistor and it worked well for about two years. It is not working again. I am sending it to one of the EBay repair sellers.
I will let you know how it goes I paid $22.00
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Overhead digital console for 2004 excursion

I followed the instructions here and it worked great!
20 bucks for a soldering iron and it is fixed.
I took some pictures of the resistors that were loose in case it helps the next guy. They are the rectangular ones with either 620 or 680 on them.
4 horizontal and 3 vertical in this picture. They are next to the red, round component.
The 2nd horizontal one from the left had come loose on one end.

http://i571.photobucket.com/albums/s...g?t=1373149944

I also took a picture from another angle so you can see the LED screen in relation to the resistors in question.

http://i571.photobucket.com/albums/s...g?t=1373149930
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Darin
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:12 AM
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I installed an overhead console in my 2001 F250 SD. The part with the digital display lists for $262.82 here in the SF Bay Area. The part number is YC3Z-25519C44-AAA. Hope this helps. Now all I need to figure out is where the outside air temp sensor and cable connect to under the hood and that part of the console will work too!

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mine is out on the backside of the front grill, and you may want to move it to where it gets a good shot at outside air without the under hood air affecting it..
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I followed the instructions here and it worked great!
20 bucks for a soldering iron and it is fixed.
I took some pictures of the resistors that were loose in case it helps the next guy. They are the rectangular ones with either 620 or 680 on them.
4 horizontal and 3 vertical in this picture. They are next to the red, round component.
The 2nd horizontal one from the left had come loose on one end.

http://i571.photobucket.com/albums/s...g?t=1373149944

I also took a picture from another angle so you can see the LED screen in relation to the resistors in question.

http://i571.photobucket.com/albums/s...g?t=1373149930
Thanks.


Darin
when you solder them in, stand them up to get air on all sides.. they stay much cooler and won't heat up and fall out again..
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