What is this called?
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    Junior Member dudeguy123's Avatar
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    What is this called?

    Hi there. I just inherited a 2003 Ford Explorer from my father, and I'm trying to fix something on it, but I don't even know what it's called. On the ceiling, in between the driver and passenger seats, there's a screen that used to display information. I believe it displayed time, temperature, things like that. Does anyone know what that's called? The reason I ask is that it's no longer displaying information at all, and I was hoping it's just a fuse issue. Without knowing what it's called, I'm struggling to locate what fuse might be the culprit.

    I suppose it's likely not a fuse anyway, but I wanted to check that first. Thanks!

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    Pretty sure it's just called an overhead console.

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    navigation cluster, perhaps

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    Junior Member ToddMartinell's Avatar
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    navigation cluster, perhaps. We found that it can be turned on/off by depressing the button. I thought it was out of commission as well but after holding the button in for a few seconds, the screen illuminated

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