I owned a 2002 Wrangler. Something you should add to your tutorial video is the blower motor resistor module. Each setting on the speed switch (except maximum and off) go through one of the resistors inside that module. On my “02 model, the module was located in the spaced just behind assembly you removed to fix your speed switch. It’s accessible by removing the glove box door. If you want to verify the module before buying a new and replacing the existing one…each of the resistors can be tested with a common digital electronics multimeter. Disconnect the cable from the module first. Then with your multimeter in ohms (resistance) mode…verify each resistor shows a value greater than “0” or “OL” (meaning it’s burnt out and no connection is left inside the module).
One last note, the resistor module I bought from Advanced Auto Parts bore a “Mopar” emblem and part number. Same part your Jeep dealer charges three times more for is available at your favorite local parts shop.
—- Bill (aka LotsaCaffeine)
If your display assembly came with it's own "new" home button installed and the target broken phone has NEVER used the fingerprint function...can you use the one on the new assembly without iOS complaining?
Thanks for the tip, Andrew.
Thanks for the tip, Frank.
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