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Hello all I have a cc display not working. I have checked all fuses and relays under the dash. Everything looks normal. I have tried switching lights on off. Etc... Now last time this happen I took it in shop they said the switched a relay. Am I missing something else besides under the dash? I have checked them and switched them around to be certain.
 
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If it turns out your display is bad I have one for sale in the car and truck parts
 
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Hello all I have a cc display not working. I have checked all fuses and relays under the dash. Everything looks normal. I have tried switching lights on off. Etc... Now last time this happen I took it in shop they said the switched a relay. Am I missing something else besides under the dash? I have checked them and switched them around to be certain.

Is your truck a diesel? I had an 04 (owned it for 4.5 yrs) with EATC and periodically I would start the truck and have no EATC, drive for a while, shut off and it would work as normal on the restart. This seems to be common with 6.0L and EATC (from what I've read). I now have a V10 and EATC and in over 2 years of driving, I've never lost EATC.
 
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Originally Posted by bigt3725 View Post
Hello all I have a cc display not working. I have checked all fuses and relays under the dash. Everything looks normal. I have tried switching lights on off. Etc... Now last time this happen I took it in shop they said the switched a relay. Am I missing something else besides under the dash? I have checked them and switched them around to be certain.
I've had this happen only once (in the 14 months I've owed it).
While driving I turned on the headlights (as others had suggested)
and that fixed mine - never happened again.
I have the 6.0 w/EATC climate control system.

This is my first Ford and I'm loving it!
The tiny things on my Ex PALE in comparison to all the paint/trim fitment/mechanical failures/issues that occured on EVERY GM
vehicle I've ever owned.
 
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Had that happen on my past 06 6.0L F350, never found out what caused it, but I would pull out fuse 17 (I belive) leave it out for a few minutes, put it back in and things were fine
 
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Okay great. I'll try fuse 17.. does anyone know if there is a relay under the hood, that could cause it not to come on. Thanks
 
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If it turns out your display is bad I have one for sale in the car and truck parts
Okay thanks
 
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This happened to me recently and I searched on here and found out how to "fix" it. I dont remember exactly, but I think I cycled the key a few times, turned the lights to Auto and back a few times, and voila! Do some searching on here and look for it. It wasnt a fuse, or a relay, or the display itself. It was just some quirk and it hasnt done it again since. I dont think you need a new display.
 
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It wasnt a fuse, or a relay, or the display itself. It was just some quirk and it hasnt done it again since. I dont think you need a new display.
My fuse wasn't blown, just looked in the manual and found that 17(I belive)was the fuse.Was at lowes when it happened, I decided to go in and get what I needed and would put the fuse back in when I came out and see what else it could be. When I put the fuse back in I started the truck and eveything was back to normal. Did it again later on, pulled the fuse put it back in and same results. Not sure what the problem was, computer overload
 
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Don't do anything yet. While hte truck is running, flip your lights to automatic then all the way over to on(manual) on the right, then back all the way to the left. Should fix it right away.
 
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Okay I have taken the dash apart and removed the CC Display. I used a circuit tester and found that the plug is getting power. There are 2 plugs that go in the back. I have only found power in one of them. Does anyone know if this sounds like it is the display since i got response to the circuit tester. Any info would be great.
 
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Originally Posted by BuiltFordTough! View Post
If it turns out your display is bad I have one for sale in the car and truck parts
Do u still have the display. How much are u asking?
 
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Is this part number 2c3h18c612-ac
 
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