remove the trim panel around the instrument cluster then remove cluster. On the back of instrument cluster are the bulbs just turn them half a turn and they come right out.
Behind the instrument Cluster. Or remove it and replace the Cluster.
Drop the fuel tank.
You have to replace the entire instrument cluster
Yes you can. The only difference between the Custom and the Limited is the trim level (Seat fabric, wood grain, etc.) Everything else is interchangeable.
It may need a new fuse.
Are you talking about the temperature gauge in the instrument cluster? You can change that through the settings menu in the i.c.
you cannot service panel lights on 2000 impala . you hav to replace the instrument cluster.
The mileage is stored in the BCM not the cluster, so you can replace the cluster without changing the odometer reading.
There is no easy way. The instrument cluster will have to be removed.
Sure, but at some effort. You need to remove the instrument cluster from the dash to replace it.
To change the high beam indicator you have to take the instrument cluster out of the dash.
I assume you mean a turn signal indicator on the instrument panel. Remove the instrument cluster (procedure varies with different vehicles). The bulbs for all the warning and indicator lights, as well as for instrument illumination, are typically in twist-out holders mounted on the back side of the cluster.
You will have to remove the instrument cluster. This may be an LED that should never have failed.
The legal method to change the KPH to MPH in a Renault Laguna would be to remove the speedometer instrument cluster and take it or ship it to an speedometer and instrument cluster service center where they can legally alter the MPH and KPH with all of the proper paperwork and documentation. Hope this helps!
You didn't mention the year, make and model vehicle but I would imagine you will have to remove the dash cluster to gain access to the rear of the cluster to change bulbs.
The instrument clusters are wired completely different and it is a task beyond belief to change out the prongs on the wiring and get it right.
Very aggravating problem with a simple answer thanks to my wife! First, you must have the time showing in the instrument cluster of your dashboard (the digital display in the center of the dash showing the odomoter, temperature, etc.). If the time is not showing in the instrument cluster, then look/feel for a small button labelled 'BC' on the end of the turn signal indicator lever. Push this button to scroll through the options for the instrument cluster and stop when the time is displayed. With the time showing in the instrument cluster, twist and hold the right knob on the instrument cluster until the time starts to change. You can twist it forward or backwards depending on which way you want to set the time. This sets the time in both the instrument cluster and the radio.
You must remove the instrument cluster to do so.
Yes, the mileage is stored in the body computer.
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It needs to be programmed(the odometer and to the current key your using) you will need to take it to a ford garage to have the replacement instrument cluster programmed. Hope this helps! been there done that.
If you mean the bulb in the dash indicating your high beams are on, you need to remove the instrument cluster. Depending on the year of the car, you remove the instrument bezel cover, usually a couple screws under top edge of cluster, then remove the cluster. These screws are usually 2 at the tope and 2-3 at the bottom of the cluster, then remove the cluster, disconnecting 2-3 harness clips and the speedo cable if not equipped with digital speedo. Bulbs plug into back of cluster. Change them all if one blew out the others are not far behind and not very expensive....