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Old 01-29-2005, 07:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The up and down buttons are beginning to crack on my a/c panel (dual air). Does anyone have info on how to replace and best place to purchase?

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u can get replacement buttons at dealer, it comes as an entire panel and u just pop the buttons u need off of the new panel and transfer to your old. then you have some extras if any other buttons crack in the future.

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u can get replacement buttons at dealer, it comes as an entire panel and u just pop the buttons u need off of the new panel and transfer to your old. then you have some extras if any other buttons crack in the future.

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Thanks DT. How expensive is this panel typically? Much chance of finding one in a salvage yard?

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See if this link works, this site lists the panel at $19.88. Remember this is just the buttons not the electronics.

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u can get replacement buttons at dealer, it comes as an entire panel and u just pop the buttons u need off of the new panel and transfer to your old. then you have some extras if any other buttons crack in the future.

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u can get replacement buttons at dealer, it comes as an entire panel and u just pop the buttons u need off of the new panel and transfer to your old. then you have some extras if any other buttons crack in the future.

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Thanks DT. How expensive is this panel typically? Much chance of finding one in a salvage yard?

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That site currently was not up for operation, but the part # was good. I found it through Bavarian Autosports for a couple bucks more.

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