Cooking my ****** off

Asked by Mar 14, 2016 at 09:25 AM about the 2014 Ford Mustang V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was cleaning control panel's
knobsand buttons and now heat
runs full blast and no knobs in this
panel will work!!! I live in Florida and
I'm baking to death!!!!

3 Answers

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How did you clean them? Remove, clean and reinstall or clean on the dash? Spray them? You must have gotten the panel wet or reinstalled the knobs incorrectly.

Thank you for responding. I dug each one out, inr by one n sprayed w wd40 n then dried them n put them back in. The window above the buttons is still illuminated and works due to radio controls on steering wheel but CD buttons and radio buttons and heat and a.c. buttons all do not work now whatsoever. It's almost like (remember I'm a dumb chic so my lingo may be off...)

(If a huge wire even existed joining all these unrelated functions together) like I unpluggedit or something orcould I havebliwn fuses? However inky the heat in full blast works better than ever and will NOT adjust or go off! I checked fuses under hoid and they are all fine and I would have checked the interior ones supposedly in passenger foot area on right side if the area except I couldn't locate the box even when I giogked it (due to no owners manual) and it showed a picture if some nob rxustant lever releasing a non existing box in my car??!!; do you think its a fuse? Also, get goes on everutimrcar is started but sometimes its like it wits briefly till fir example car warms up n then in it goesfull blast!! Once temporarily I got if off fir only a minute by punching the base if the shifter thing n once briefly it went off when I went too hard over some RR tracks!!? But then when I hit another bump, on it went to stay!!! Also could it be a sensor which I really have no idea what a sensor is except I think they are theotger things that share the fuse box under the hood??!? And if so, his can you check if they are good or bad?

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