Well I got tired of the POS fan speed control knob not working so I took it apart and fixed it, and it seems to be working fine, did it a week ago, so only time will tell if it lasts! NOW WOULD BE A GOOD TIME TO CHANGE OUT ANY BURNED OUT AC/HEATER CONTROL LIGHTS! First I removed the dash, there are two slots at the bottom of the dash pannel where your knees would be while driving, stick a small flat head screw driver into these slots first to release the bottom first.Then just start popping off the rest of the dash by hand, dont pull too hard because there are wires attached behind it. Drop the tilt wheel all the way down, put e brake on and put shifter all the way down too. Once dash is loose and free reach/look behind and release all the plugs/wires and remove dash, you have to rotate it a bit to clear the steering wheel. Next I removed the 4 screws holding the ac/heater controls from the dash unit. Once you have the unit removed you have to pull the control knobs off, I grabbed them and pulled straight out with a little bit of force, it will release half way and then you have to pull it again and it will completly come off the unit.Then remove the four screws on the back of the unit and split it in half be easy there is a wire loom you will see conecting the two halfs and you have to unplug it, and this is how it looksNext remove the two screws on the center board and the two screws (one on each side of the temp and fan speed boards), and slide/pull out the sides and center board, once you have that out look at the fan controler board, there are two screws on it that have been soldered over, I heated them up and used a solder sucker (blue tool in pic) to remove the solder, then un screwed them,Turn unit over and you will see the round control switch, you will need to pry the metal tabs back to open the unit, once opened remove the disc inside to expose the contacts, I took a Q-tip with contact cleaner and cleaned the round contact board and tips of cantacts, then took a small jewlers flat head screw driver and bent the contacts upwardsThen put back in reverse order, I used a small punch and tapped the tabs back down and then I re soldered the two screws. When you put the control knobs back on line them up (they are splined and push them back on, took me about an hour to do but that was with taking pics! Sorry for the crappy pics, my camera sucks for up close shots, once you get it apart you will see what is in there.