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    • XJ OVERHEAD CONSOLE SYSTEMS 8V - 1 OVERHEAD CONSOLE SYSTEMS CONTENTS page pageGENERAL INFORMATION COMPASS DEMAGNETIZING . . . . . . . . . ..... 5 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... 1 COMPASS VARIATION ADJUSTMENT . . . ..... 4DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION COMPASS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 AMBIENT TEMPERATURE SENSOR . . . . ..... 8 GARAGE DOOR OPENER STORAGE BIN . . . . . 2 GARAGE DOOR OPENER STORAGE BIN READING AND COURTESY LAMP . . . . . . . . . . . 2 DOOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 SUNGLASSES STORAGE BIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 OVERHEAD CONSOLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 THERMOMETER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 PUSH BUTTON MODULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 TRIP COMPUTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 READING AND COURTESY LAMP BULB . . . . . . 7DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING SUNGLASSES STORAGE BIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 THERMOMETER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... 4 TRIP COMPUTER, COMPASS, AND TRIP COMPUTER, COMPASS, AND THERMOMETER DISPLAY MODULE . . ..... 7 THERMOMETER DISPLAY MODULE . . ..... 3SERVICE PROCEDURES COMPASS CALIBRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... 5GENERAL INFORMATION DESCRIPTION AND OPERATIONINTRODUCTION TRIP COMPUTER An overhead console featuring a mini trip com- A mini trip computer is available on this model toputer, an electronic compass, and an outside ambient provide several electronic functions and features. Thetemperature thermometer are available factory-in- trip computer contains a central processing unit andstalled options on this model. The overhead console interfaces with other modules in the vehicle on thealso includes two front-mounted and two rear- Chrysler Collision Detection (CCD) data bus network.mounted reading and courtesy lamps, a garage door The CCD data bus network allows the sharing ofopener storage bin, and a sunglasses storage bin. sensor information. This helps to reduce wire har- On models equipped with the Remote Keyless ness complexity, reduce internal controller hardware,Entry (RKE) option, the overhead console also houses and reduce component sensor current loads. At thethe RKE receiver. Refer to Group 8P - Power Lock same time, this system provides increased reliability,Systems for more information on this feature. enhanced diagnostics, and allows the addition of Following are general descriptions of the major many new feature capabilities.components used in the overhead console. Refer to Some of the functions and features that the trip8W-49 - Overhead Console in Group 8W - Wiring computer supports and/or controls, include the fol-Diagrams for complete circuit descriptions and dia- lowing display options:grams. • Compass and temperature • Trip odometer (ODO)NOTE: This group covers both Left-Hand Drive • Average fuel economy (AVG ECO)(LHD) and Right-Hand Drive (RHD) versions of this • Instant fuel economy (ECO)model. Whenever required and feasible, the RHD • Distance to empty (DTE)versions of affected vehicle components have been • Elapsed time (ET)constructed as mirror-image of the LHD versions. • Blank display.While most of the illustrations used in this group Momentarily depressing and releasing the Steprepresent only the LHD version, the diagnostic and button when the ignition switch is in the On positionservice procedures outlined can generally be will cause the overhead console display to stepapplied to either version. Exceptions to this rule sequentially through the listed display options.have been clearly identified as Momentarily depressing and releasing the U.S./Met- ric button toggles the display between U.S. and Met- ric measurements. For more information on the trip
    • 8V - 2 OVERHEAD CONSOLE SYSTEMS XJDESCRIPTION AND OPERATION (Continued)computer features and functions, refer to the owner’s changed from Fahrenheit to Celsius using the U.S./manual in the vehicle glove box. Metric button, located just rearward of the display The push button (Step and U.S./Metric) switch module. The displayed temperature is not an instantmodule in the overhead console is hard-wired to the reading of conditions, but an average temperature. Ittrip computer. The compass flux-gate unit is integral may take the thermometer display several minutesto the trip computer, compass, and thermometer dis- to respond to a major temperature change, such asplay module unit. Data input for all other trip com- driving out of a heated garage into winter tempera-puter functions is received through CCD data bus tures.messages. The trip computer uses its internal pro- When the ignition switch is turned to the Off posi-gramming and all of these inputs to calculate and tion, the last displayed temperature reading stays indisplay the requested data. If the data displayed is the thermometer unit memory. When the ignitionincorrect, perform the self-diagnostic tests as switch is turned to the On position again, the ther-described in this group. If these tests prove inconclu- mometer will display the memory temperature if thesive, the use of a DRB scan tool and the proper Diag- engine coolant temperature is above about 52° Cnostic Procedures manual are recommended for (125° F). If the engine coolant temperature is belowfurther testing of the trip computer and the CCD about 52° C (125° F), the thermometer will displaydata bus. the actual temperature sensed by the ambient tem- The trip computer, compass, and thermometer dis- perature sensor. The thermometer temperature dis-play module cannot be repaired, and are only avail- play update interval varies with the vehicle speed.able for service as a unit. If faulty, the complete The thermometer function is supported by anmodule must be replaced. The push button (Step and ambient temperature sensor. The sensor is mountedU.S./Metric) switch module is serviced separately. outside the passenger compartment near the front and center of the vehicle and is hard-wired to theCOMPASS module. The ambient temperature sensor is available The compass will display the direction in which the as a separate service item.vehicle is pointed using the eight major compass The thermometer, compass, and trip computer dis-headings (Examples: north is N, northeast is NE). It play module cannot be repaired, and are only avail-does not display the headings in actual degrees. able for service as a unit. If faulty or damaged, the The self-calibrating compass unit requires no complete module must be replaced. The push buttonadjusting in normal use. The only calibration that (Step and U.S./Metric) switch module and ambientmay prove necessary is to drive the vehicle in three temperature sensor are serviced separately.complete circles, on level ground, in not less than 48seconds. This will reorient the compass unit to its READING AND COURTESY LAMPvehicle. All reading and courtesy lamps located in the over- The compass unit also will compensate for magne- head console are activated by the door ajar switches.tism the body of the vehicle may acquire during nor- When the doors are closed, the lamps can be individ-mal use. However, avoid placing anything magnetic ually activated by depressing the corresponding lens.directly on the roof of the vehicle. Magnetic mounts When a door is open, depressing the lamp lensfor an antenna, a repair order hat, or a funeral pro- switches will not turn the lamps off. Refer to Groupcession flag can exceed the compensating ability of 8L - Lamps, for diagnosis of the reading and courtesythe compass unit if placed on the roof panel. Mag- lamps.netic bit drivers used on the fasteners that hold the The reading and courtesy lamp lens, and bulbs areassembly to the roof header can also affect compass available for service replacement. The reading andoperation. If the vehicle roof should become magne- courtesy lamp holders and switches are only avail-tized, the demagnetizing and calibration procedures able as part of the overhead console wire harness. Iffound in this group may be required to restore proper any reading lamp switch is faulty or damaged, thecompass operation. wire harness and all four switches must be replaced. The compass, trip computer, and thermometer dis-play module cannot be repaired, and are only avail- GARAGE DOOR OPENER STORAGE BINable for service as a unit. If faulty, the complete A compartment in the overhead console is designedmodule must be replaced. The push button (Step and to hold most garage door opener remote controlU.S./Metric) switch module is serviced separately. transmitters. The transmitter is mounted within the compartment with an adhesive-backed hook and loopTHERMOMETER fastener patch. The thermometer displays the outside ambient With the transmitter mounted in the storage bin,temperature. The temperature display can be adapter pegs located on the front of the storage bin
    • XJ OVERHEAD CONSOLE SYSTEMS 8V - 3DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION (Continued)door are selected and mounted on a post near the connector and a good ground. There should be conti-center of the storage bin door. The peg(s) selected nuity. If OK, go to Step 4. If not OK, repair the openand/or the post must be long enough to depress the circuit to ground as required.button of the transmitter when the garage door (4) Connect the battery negative cable. Check foropener storage bin door is depressed. The pegs may battery voltage at the fused B(+) circuit cavity of thebe stacked, if necessary. Refer to the owner’s manual overhead console wire harness connector. If OK, go toin the vehicle glove box for more information. Step 5. If not OK, repair the open circuit to the junc- A transmitter mounting kit including the adhesive- tion block as required.backed hook and loop fastener material and a selec- (5) Turn the ignition switch to the On position.tion of pegs is available for service. The garage door Check for battery voltage at the fused ignition switchopener storage bin door assembly is also available for output circuit cavity of the overhead console wireservice replacement. harness connector. If OK, proceed to the Self-Diag- nostic Test in this group for further diagnosis of theSUNGLASSES STORAGE BIN module and the CCD data bus. If not OK, repair the A sunglasses storage bin is included in the over- open circuit to the junction block as required.head console. The interior of the bin is lined with afoam rubber padding material to protect the sun- SELF-DIAGNOSTIC TESTglasses from being scratched. This bin features a A self-diagnostic test is used to determine that thepush/push-type latching mechanism, and a viscous trip computer, compass, thermometer, and all of thedampening system for a fluid opening action. display module segments are operating properly elec- The sunglasses storage bin door, latch, viscous trically. Initiate the self-diagnostic test as follows:damper, hinge spring and housing are available for (1) With the ignition switch in the Off position,service only as a complete module. If any part of this simultaneously press and hold the Step button andunit is faulty or damaged, the entire module must be the U.S./Metric button.replaced. (2) Turn the ignition switch to the On position. (3) Continue to hold both buttons until the display module performs a display segment test. In this test,DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING all of the vacuum fluorescent display segments are lighted. This test will:TRIP COMPUTER, COMPASS, AND a. Verify that all display segments are functionalTHERMOMETER DISPLAY MODULE b. Check the internal circuitry of the module If the problem with the trip computer, compass, c. Check that all of the CCD data bus messagesand thermometer display module is an inaccurate or needed are being received.scrambled display, use the Self-Diagnostic Test proce- (4) Respond to the respective test results as fol-dures. If the problem is incorrect display lighting lev- lows. If all tests are passed, the module will automat-els, use a DRB scan tool and the proper Diagnostic ically return to normal operation.Procedures manual to test for the correct dimming d. In the display segment test, if any segmentmessage inputs being received from the instrument should fail to light the unit is faulty and must becluster over the Chrysler Collision Detection (CCD) replaced.data bus. If the problem is a no-display condition, e. If the internal circuitry test is failed, the moduleuse the following procedures. For circuit descriptions will display “FAIL”. If “FAIL” is displayed, the unit isand diagrams, refer to 8W-49 - Overhead Console in faulty and must be replaced.Group 8W - Wiring Diagrams. f. If the CCD data bus message test is failed, the (1) Check the fuses in the junction block and the module will display “CCD”. If “CCD” is displayed, thePower Distribution Center (PDC). If OK, go to Step use of a DRB scan tool and the proper Diagnostic2. If not OK, repair the shorted circuit or component Procedures manual are required for further diagno-as required and replace the faulty fuse(s). sis. (2) Turn the ignition switch to the On position. (5) Momentarily depress and release either buttonCheck for battery voltage at the fused ignition switch one time to exit the self-diagnostic test mode andoutput fuse in the junction block. If OK, go to Step 3. return the trip computer, compass, and thermometerIf not OK, repair the open circuit to the ignition display module to normal operation.switch as required. (3) Turn the ignition switch to the Off position.Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.Remove the overhead console as described in thisgroup. Check for continuity between the ground cir-cuit cavities of the overhead console wire harness
    • 8V - 4 OVERHEAD CONSOLE SYSTEMS XJDIAGNOSIS AND TESTING (Continued)NOTE: If the compass functions, but accuracy is Unplug the ambient temperature sensor wire har-suspect, it may be necessary to perform a variation ness connector and the overhead console wire har-adjustment. This procedure allows the compass ness connector.unit to accommodate variations in the earth’s mag- (2) Connect a jumper wire between the two termi-netic field strength, based on geographic location. nals in the body half of the sensor wire harness con-See the Compass Variation Adjustment procedures, nector.in this group. (3) Check for continuity between the sensor return circuit and the ambient temperature sensor signal circuit cavities of the overhead console wire harnessNOTE: If the compass reading has blanked out, and connector. There should be continuity. If OK, go toonly “CAL” appears in the display module, demag- Step 4. If not OK, repair the open circuit as required.netizing may be necessary to remove excessive (4) Remove the jumper wire from the ambient tem-residual magnetic fields from the vehicle. See the perature sensor wire harness connector. Check forCompass Demagnetizing procedure, in this group. continuity between the sensor return circuit cavity of the overhead console wire harness connector and a good ground. There should be no continuity. If OK, goTHERMOMETER to Step 5. If not OK, repair the short circuit as The thermometer function is supported by a ambi- required.ent temperature sensor, a wiring circuit, and a por- (5) Check for continuity between the ambient tem-tion of the overhead console trip computer, compass, perature sensor signal circuit cavity of the overheadand thermometer display module display. The sensor console wire harness connector and a good ground.is mounted outside the passenger compartment near There should be no continuity. If OK, see the Tripthe front and center of the vehicle. Computer, Compass, and Thermometer Display Mod- If any portion of the ambient temperature sensor ule diagnosis in this group. If not OK, repair thecircuit fails, the thermometer display will self-diag- short circuit as required.nose the circuit. An “SC” (short circuit) will appear inthe display in place of the temperature, when thesensor is exposed to temperatures above 55° C (131° SERVICE PROCEDURESF), or if the sensor circuit is shorted. An “OC” (opencircuit) will appear in the display in place of the tem- COMPASS VARIATION ADJUSTMENTperature, when the sensor is exposed to temperatures Variance is the difference between magnetic northbelow -40° C (-40° F), or if the sensor circuit is open. and geographic north. In some geographic locations, The ambient temperature sensor circuit can also be the difference between magnetic and geographicdiagnosed using the following Sensor Test, and Sen- north is great enough to cause the compass to givesor Circuit Test. If the temperature sensor and cir- false readings. If this problem occurs, the compasscuit are confirmed to be OK, but the temperature variance must be set.display is inoperative or incorrect, see the Trip Com- To set the compass variance:puter, Compass, and Thermometer Display Module (1) Using the Variance Settings map, find yourdiagnosis in this group. For circuit descriptions and geographic location and note the zone number (Fig.diagrams, refer to 8W-49 - Overhead Console in 1).Group 8W - Wiring Diagrams. (2) Turn the ignition switch to the On position. If the compass/temperature data is not currently beingSENSOR TEST displayed, momentarily depress and release the Step (1) Turn the ignition switch to the Off position. button to step through the display options until youDisconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. have reached the compass/temperature display.Unplug the temperature sensor wire harness connec- (3) Depress both the U.S./Metric, and the Step but-tor. tons. Hold the buttons down until “VAR” appears in (2) Measure the resistance of the temperature sen- the display. This takes about five seconds.sor. At -40° C (-40° F), the sensor resistance is 336 (4) Release both of the buttons. The current vari-kilohms. At 55° C (131° F), the sensor resistance is ance zone number setting will appear in the display.2.986 kilohms. The sensor resistance should read (5) Press and release the U.S./Metric button tobetween these two values. If OK, go to the Sensor step through the zone numbers, until the zone num-Circuit Test. If not OK, replace the faulty sensor. ber for your geographic location appears in the dis- play.SENSOR CIRCUIT TEST (6) Press the Step button to enter this zone num- (1) Turn the ignition switch to the Off position. ber into the compass unit memory.Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
    • XJ OVERHEAD CONSOLE SYSTEMS 8V - 5SERVICE PROCEDURES (Continued) Fig. 1 Variance Settings (7) Confirm that the correct directions are now (2) Depress both the U.S./Metric, and the Step but-indicated by the compass. tons. Hold the buttons down until “CAL” appears in the display. This takes about ten seconds, andCOMPASS CALIBRATION appears about five seconds after “VAR” is displayed. (3) Release both of the buttons.CAUTION: Do not place any external magnets, such (4) Drive the vehicle on a level surface, away fromas magnetic roof mount antennas, in the vicinity of large metal objects, through three or more completethe compass. Do not use magnetic tools when ser- circles in not less than 48 seconds. The “CAL” mes-vicing the overhead console. sage will disappear from the display to indicate that the compass is now calibrated. The electronic compass unit features a self-cali-brating design, which simplifies the calibration pro- NOTE: If the “CAL” message remains in the dis-cedure. This feature automatically updates the play, either there is excessive magnetism near thecompass calibration while the vehicle is being driven. compass, or the unit is faulty. Repeat the demagne-This allows the compass unit to compensate for small tizing and calibration procedures at least one morechanges in the residual magnetism that the vehicle time.may acquire during normal use. Do not attempt tocalibrate the compass near large metal objects suchas other vehicles, large buildings, or bridges. NOTE: If the wrong direction is still indicated in the compass display, the area selected for calibrationNOTE: Whenever the compass is calibrated manu- may be too close to a strong magnetic field. Repeatally, the variation number must also be reset. See the calibration procedure in another location.the Compass Variation Adjustment procedure, inthis group. COMPASS DEMAGNETIZING Calibrate the compass manually as follows: A degaussing tool (Special Tool 6029) is used to (1) Start the engine. If the compass/temperature demagnetize, or degauss, the overhead console for-data is not currently being displayed, momentarily ward mounting screw(s) and the roof panel. Equiva-depress and release the Step button to step through lent units must be rated as continuous duty for 110/the display options until you have reached the com- 115 volts and 60 Hz. They must also have a fieldpass/temperature display.
    • H R AT LEAST TWO FEET AND TOOL AWAY H PULL TIP OF DISCONNECT WINDSHIELD EDGE DEGAUSSING 1/2Љ START L SCREW HEADLINER SCREW FWD OVERHEAD CONSOLE ING TAB REAR BRACKET REARMOUNT-8V - 6 OVERHEAD CONSOLE SYSTEMS XJSERVICE PROCEDURES (Continued)strength of over 350 gauss at 7 millimeters (0.25 (7) Plug in the degaussing tool, while keeping theinch) beyond the tip of the probe. tool at least 61 centimeters (2 feet) away from the To demagnetize the roof panel and the overhead compass unit.console forward mounting screw(s), proceed as fol- (8) Slowly approach the center line of the rooflows: panel at the windshield header, with the degaussing (1) Be certain the ignition switch is in the Off posi- tool plugged in.tion, before you begin the demagnetizing procedure. (9) Contact the roof panel with the plastic coated (2) Plug in the degaussing tool, while keeping the tip of the degaussing tool. Be sure the template is intool at least 61 centimeters (2 feet) away from the place to avoid scratching the roof panel. Using acompass unit. slow, back-and-forth sweeping motion, and allowing (3) Slowly approach the head of the overhead con- 13 millimeters (0.50 inch) between passes, move thesole forward mounting screw with the degaussing tool at least 11 centimeters (4 inches) to each side oftool plugged in. the roof center line, and 28 centimeters (11 inches) (4) Contact the head of each screw with the plastic back from the windshield header.coated tip of the degaussing tool for about two sec- (10) With the degaussing tool still energized,onds. slowly back it away from the roof panel. When the (5) With the degaussing tool still energized, slowly tip of the tool is at least 61 centimeters (2 feet) fromback it away from the screw. When the tip of the tool the roof panel, unplug the tool.is at least 61 centimeters (2 feet) from the screw (11) Calibrate the compass and adjust the compasshead, unplug the tool. variance as described in this group. (6) Place a piece of paper approximately 22 by 28centimeters (8.5 by 11 inches), oriented on the vehiclelengthwise from front to rear, on the center line of REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONthe roof at the windshield header (Fig. 2). The pur-pose of the paper is to protect the roof panel from OVERHEAD CONSOLEscratches, and to define the area to be demagnetized. (1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. (2) Remove the two screws located forward of the display module that secure the overhead console to the upper windshield opening reinforcement (Fig. 3). Fig. 3 Overhead Console Remove/Install (3) To release the overhead console from the rear mounting bracket, use your fingertips to gently pull the sides of the overhead console housing outward near the rear mounting bracket. (4) Move the overhead console forward to disen- Fig. 2 Roof Demagnetizing Pattern gage the rear mounting tab from the headliner.
    • PASS AND THERMOME- TRIP COMPUTER, COM- TER DISPLAY MODULE OVERHEAD CONSOLE OVERHEAD MODULE HARNESS PUSH WIRE CONNECTOR MOUNTING SCREWS MOUNTING BUTTON CONNECTOR PINS CONSOLE HOUSING PUSH MODULE BUTTON MOUNTING SCREWSXJ OVERHEAD CONSOLE SYSTEMS 8V - 7REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION (Continued) (5) Lower the overhead console far enough to (6) Remove the trip computer, compass, and ther-access the two wire harness connectors. mometer display module from the overhead console (6) Unplug one wire harness connector near the housing.push button module towards the front of the over- (7) Reverse the removal procedures to install.head console. Tighten the mounting screws to 2.2 N·m (20 in. lbs.). (7) Unplug one wire harness connector from theRemote Keyless Entry (RKE) receiver near the center PUSH BUTTON MODULEof the overhead console. (1) Remove the overhead console as described in (8) Remove the overhead console from the vehicle. this group. (9) Reverse the removal procedures to install. (2) Unplug the push button module wire harnessTighten the overhead console mounting screws to 2.7 connector from the trip computer, compass, and ther-N·m (24 in. lbs.). mometer display module. (3) Remove the four screws that secure the pushTRIP COMPUTER, COMPASS, AND button module to the overhead console housing (Fig.THERMOMETER DISPLAY MODULE 5). (1) Remove the overhead console as described inthis group. (2) Remove the two screws that secure the forwardend of the trip computer, compass, and thermometerdisplay module to the overhead console housing (Fig.4). Fig. 5 Push Button Module Remove/Install (4) Remove the push button module from the over- head console. (5) Reverse the removal procedures to install. Tighten the mounting screws to 2.2 N·m (20 in. lbs.). READING AND COURTESY LAMP BULB (1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. (2) Insert a long, narrow, flat-bladed tool in the notch on the edge of the reading and courtesy lamp lens. Fig. 4 Trip Computer, Compass, and Thermometer (3) Gently pry the lens downward from the over- Display Module Remove/Install head console housing and pivot the lens down. It may (3) Gently flex the sides of the overhead console be necessary to move the tool along the edge of thehousing as required to release the trip computer, lens to free the lens from the console housing.compass, and thermometer display module mounting (4) Unsnap the bulb from the bulb holders by pull-pins. ing the bulb gently downwards. (4) Pull the trip computer, compass, and thermom- (5) Install a new bulb by aligning its base with theeter display module away from the overhead console bulb holders and pushing the bulb firmly into place.housing far enough to access the two wire harness (6) Pivot the lens back up into position and pressconnectors. upward firmly until it snaps into place. (5) Unplug the overhead console and push button (7) Connect the battery negative cable.module wire harness connectors from the trip com- (8) Test the lamp by depressing the lens to checkputer, compass, and thermometer display module. for proper lamp switching and lighting. GARAGE DOOR OPENER STORAGE BIN DOOR (1) Open the garage door opener storage bin door.
    • STORAGE BIN SUNGLASSES MOUNTING WIRE HARNESS RETAINERS MODULE SCREWS8V - 8 OVERHEAD CONSOLE SYSTEMS XJREMOVAL AND INSTALLATION (Continued) (2) Using a trim stick or another suitable wide (4) Remove the sunglasses storage bin moduleflat-bladed tool, gently pry between the door pivot from the overhead console.pin and the pivot hole on one side of the overhead (5)HORN CLIPS RADIATOR CROSSMEMBER Reverse the removal procedures to install. FWD WIRE HARNESS SUPPORT SCREWSENSORconsole housing until the pivot pin clears the pivot Tighten the mounting screws to 2.2 N·m (20 in. lbs.).hole. (3) Use a gentle twisting action to remove the AMBIENT TEMPERATURE SENSORgarage door opener storage bin door from the over- (1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negativehead console housing. cable. (4) To install, insert the pivot pin on one side of (2) Locate the ambient temperature sensor, belowthe door into the pivot hole in the overhead console the grille and behind the front bumper (Fig. 7).housing. Gently depress the pivot pin tab on theother side of the door until it clears the side of thegarage door opener storage bin opening and push thedoor into the opening. Guide the door into the open-ing so that the pivot pin snaps into the pivot hole.SUNGLASSES STORAGE BIN The sunglasses storage bin door and bin, housing,damper, spring and latch are serviced only as a unit.Remove the sunglasses storage bin module from theoverhead console as follows: (1) Remove the overhead console as described inthis group. (2) Disengage the overhead console courtesy lampwire harness from the retainers molded into the sun-glasses storage bin housing. (3) Remove the six screws that secure the sun-glasses storage bin module to the overhead consolehousing (Fig. 6). Fig. 7 Ambient Temperature Sensor Remove/Install (3) Unplug the sensor wire harness connector. (4) Remove the screw that secures the ambient temperature sensor to the radiator support. (5) Remove the ambient temperature sensor. (6) Reverse the removal procedures to install. Tighten the ambient temperature sensor mounting Fig. 6 Sunglasses Storage Bin Module Remove/ screw to 3.4 N·m (30 in lbs.). Install