Just wondering where I could find the part #'s for the heater and AC control knobs for my '03. I have 2 that are broken. 1 still works and the other I have to use a pair of needle nose pliers. I found them on jeepsrus but they wanted 10 bucks to ship them. I figured I may be able to go to the local ford dealer and get them for about 15 with no shipping. Thanks!!
12-22-2007 11:16 PM
Yeah I need those #'s too. I broke one of mine and have to change the temp with pliers. I also need the part # for the relay switch for the fan. I only have high on my ac/heater fan.:(
12-23-2007 12:43 AM
Even if you can get them, I dont it would be any cheaper from a stealership.
The parts breakdown for my 06 shows it to be all one piece for the control panel and the knobs. Meaning you cant order them seperate.
Well that sucks!! Thanks scoob!! I went looking for the flat bumper caps and people were asking like 40 bucks a set for them. I got them at the dealership for 2 something each, so a lil over 8 bucks. I heard that you can get these at the dealership for like 7 each, but I just said forget it and ordered them from jeepsrus. I got 2 of those and one of those big bolts that goes through the soft top door surround into the rollbar for 24 bucks shipped, not too bad.
12-23-2007 01:09 AM
I had to get one also awhile backs. Dealership was less than 10 bucks for it. For once it actually made sense to go there. Give them a call and get the price. You might be surprised.
12-23-2007 08:02 AM
i know with my old Grand Prix, i could never find part numbers for teh Hvac knobs... but went to the dealership and they sold em seperately at $7 a piece.
12-23-2007 11:46 AM
compshooter i love your legs :p jk
12-24-2007 01:29 AM
Thanks....they keep my but from looking fat. :rolleyes:
12-24-2007 06:33 AM
dude... why not get the billet aluminum ones from Q-tec???
12-24-2007 10:37 AM
because everything else inside is stock and I think it would look silly to have 3 big shiny knobs in the center of my dash.
12-27-2007 10:16 AM
Well my Mother-in-law got me the billet knobs for xmas. They should hold up better than the factory ones and I like the red light dot on them in the dark. Rednecks and shiney things..:rofl: I also got the fan relay switch from the dealership and installed it myself. Took about 30 mins to remove the old one and 10 mins to install the new one. You have to stand on your head and use 3 arms to remove the screws. But now I can turn all the knobs without pliers and my fan works on all 4 settings.