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Author Topic: HUD, installing it  (Read 931 times)
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« on: April 26, 2019, 09:20:07 PM »

I have installed a HUD in a non-HUD vehicle.  I have replaced the dash, the HUD with its bracket, the controls for the HUD and DIC, Ambient temperature sensor and a complete dash wiring harness.  I have traced the complete wiring for all of the previous items. The Hud has wires that go to the control knobs, Dash, fuse panel and a weird junction connector called . The Dash had lines to the ambient temperature sensor. These lines go from the dash to the bottom of the fuse box under the hood. A connector and line goes from the fuse box to the sensor.  It is working go with everything (DIC, outside temp, gas mileage, compass). My problem is the HUD wont turn on and display. My question is does it need to be programed by the dealer or have I missed something?
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« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2019, 10:58:46 AM »

If the HUD is not turning on at all, center console fuse block should have a 10amp fuse in slot #39. Start there. Should be no programming needed to at least have it powered on. Are all your HVAC controls working properly? The HUD and HVAC module share IGN3 fuse in the center console as well #26.
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