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I recently purchased a 1994 Bronco that had a blown engine. After replacing the engine, and chasing down all the electrical problems I have a problem I can't fix. The overhead console comes on for about 5 seconds when the key is first turned on, and then it goes out. The display shows "188 e var/cal 00
Any help would be appreciated
 

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hey, bud, there is no such thing as a '97 bronco
 

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I recently purchased a 1997 Bronco that had a blown engine. After replacing the engine, and chasing down all the electrical problems I have a problem I can't fix. The overhead console comes on for about 5 seconds when the key is first turned on, and then it goes out. The display shows "188 e var/cal 00
Any help would be appreciated
Sounds like your compass isn't calibrated.
 

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Hoping it is just a typo. His profile says 94...haha.

Take the overhead console down and make sure all your connections are correct.
 

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There's an old thread here about someone with that problem - he ended up pulling the module out & replacing a transistor or something on the PC board. Do some searching. :deal

If you don't want to fix yours, I have a damaged console with (I think) a good module that I could be separated from... ;)
do you want to get rid of module
 
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