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Isuzu Rodeo: How do I replace the climate control switch in

Customer Question

How do I replace the climate control switch in my 2001 Isuzu Rodeo?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Tim's Auto Repair replied 1 year ago.

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hi

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this should help you

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Control Lever Assembly, Control Cable And Associated Parts




CONTROL LEVER ASSEMBLY AND / OR CONTROL CABLE

REMOVAL

1. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
2. Remove instrument panel driver lower cover assembly.

3. Remove meter cluster assembly.
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4. Remove glove box.
5. Remove the control lever attaching screws.








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6. Pull the control lever assembly out and disconnect the fan switch and air conditioning switch connectors.
7. Remove control level assembly.








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8. Disconnect control cables at each unit side

INSTALLATION

To install, follow the removal steps in the reverse order, noting the following points:








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1. Adjust the control cable.
- Temperature control cable.
1. Turn the control knob to the left ("MAX COLD" position).
2. Connect the control cable at the COLD position of the temperature control link of the heater unit and secure it with the clip.

- Air select control cable
1. Turn the control knob to the right ("DEFROST" position).
2. Connect the control cable at the DEFROST position of the mode control link of the heater unit and secure it with the clip.

2. Check the control cable operation.

tims auto repair :



Customer:

Please explain in a little more detail steps 2-4.

Customer:

How many screws and the location of them.

Customer:

How do I get the glove box out?

Customer:

Hello?

tims auto repair :

hi

tims auto repair :

i didnt get your reply

Customer:


Please explain in a little more detail steps 2-4 like how many screws and the location of them.






3:26 PM



How do I get the glove box out?



tims auto repair :

stand by

Customer:

OK. Thanks!

tims auto repair :

this may be of some help

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1. Cross Beam
2. Vent Duct Assembly
3. Instrument Panel Stay
4. Passenger Air bag
5. Passenger Air Bag Cover
6. Dash Side trim Panel
7. Instrument Upper Reinforcement
8. Glove Box Side Reinforcement
9. Passenger Lower Bracket
10. Glove Box
11. Audio Sub Box
12. Radio Assembly
13. Control Lever Assembly
14. Front Console Assembly
15. Lower Cluster Assembly
16. Instrument Panel Driver Lower Cover Assembly
17. Driver Knee Bolster Assembly
18 Meter Cluster Assembly
19. Instrument panel Center Reinforcement
20. Meter Assembly
21. Instrument Panel Assembly
22. Instrument Harness Assembly

Removal

1. Disconnect the battery ground cable.








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2. remove the lower cluster assembly.
- Remove screw (3) amd pull out the cluster at the clip positions (1)
- Disconnect the cigarette lighter connectors (2).

3. Remove the radio assembly and audio sub box.
4. Remove front and rear consoles.
5. Remove dash side trim panels.








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6. Remove glove box
- Remove the two fixing screws.








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7. Remove the instrument panel driver lower cover assembly.
- remove the engine hood opener two fixing screws and another one fixing screw.
- After four clips are pried, disconnect switch connector and duct.

8. Remove meter cluster assembly.
- Remove five fixing screws, two clips and switch connectors.

9. Remove the meter assembly.
- Remove the four fixing screws and disconnect the connectors.

10. Remove the driver knee bolster assembly.
- Remove the six fixing bolts and screw.

11. Remove the control lever assembly.








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12. Remove the instrument panel assembly.

CAUTION: Please refer to: XXXXX XXXXX Systems; Service Precautions for precautions on installation or removal of SRS - air bag system.

- Disconnect the instrument harness connectors (six connectors on the driver's side, three connectors on the passenger side and two connectors in the center).
- Disconnect the radio antenna cable plug and the ground cable fixing bolts from the dash panel.
- Remove the two fixing bolts of the passenger air bag assembly and disconnect the connector.
- Remove the two fixing screws from the fuse box.
- After pry the three hole cover from the surface of the instrument panel, remove the three nuts.
- Remove the six bolts and one screw.








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13. Remove the passenger air bag (1).
- Remove four fixing nuts.

CAUTION: Please refer to: XXXXX XXXXX Systems; Service Precautions for precautions on installation or removal of SRS - air bag system.

14 Remove the vent duct assembly.
- Remove the five fixing screws.

15. Remove the passenger lower bracket.
- Remove the three screws.

16. Remove the glove box side reinforcement.
17. Remove the instrument panel upper reinforcement.
- Remove the nine screws.

18. Remove the instrument panel center reinforcement.
- remove the six screws.








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19. Remove the instrument panel harness assembly (1).
- Remove the clips.

20. Remove the instrument panel stays.
- Remove the two fixing nuts and two fixing bolts for each bracket.








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21. Remove the cross beam.
- Remove the five fixing nuts, two fixing bolts (upper) and six fixing bolts (lower).

Installation

To install, follow the removal steps in the reverse order, noting the following point:

1. Adjust the control cable.

tims auto repair :

i dont have the exact step by step

tims auto repair :

but..this will put you in the ball park

tims auto repair :



Customer:

OK. Thanks. I'll give it a try. If I have problems can I check back with you?

tims auto repair :

yes

tims auto repair :

just sign in and reply

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Customer:

Great. Nice service!!!

tims auto repair :

you are very welcome

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