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how do I change this bulb?


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#1 johnd911

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Posted 27 October 2003 - 08:34 PM

93 legacy wagon,, shift console light that shows where the shift lever (automatic) is. can't figure out how to disassemble to get at bulb. Thanks

#2 Setright

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Posted 28 October 2003 - 01:13 AM

OH DEAR!

I guess if you have worked out how to pull the dashboard itself out, then the easy part is over :banghead:

Before you go ahead, ask youself if you can live without the indicator? Disassembly is tricky and there a number of plastic clips that can break on the way in...use your instincts and pull gently and watch where the white plastic cowl is resisting..that's where the clips are.

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Posted 28 October 2003 - 08:43 PM

I could live without the lights, the mrs. was bitchin about it. Took about 2 hrs. gave me a chance to vacuum 10 years of crud outta there, how it got in????????
Having a 2.2l with 328,000 miles I gotta keep it running, those 2.5l's are junk I hear when it comes to head gaskets, since I've gotten over 300k on each 2.2 I've owned, I'll look for a low mileage 2.2 when need be.




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