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Old 04-05-2010, 06:18 PM   #1
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Heads Up Display (HUD) Dimming Fix

There is a DIY fix that may work. Remove he HUD assembly and then remove then remove the HUD circuit board. Next find the photocell on the pcb. See first pic. The fix in which many of us have applied involves touching up the solder points/joints on the back of the PCB. See second pic. If the above doesn't work then you'll need a replacement HUD circuit board.



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