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The light in the switch can not be changed, the whole switch would need to be replaced.
See your user manual, its great for help with all the basic maintenance
read the owners manual, it shows an illustrated version of hoe to do this
See "Headlight" on page 52 of chapter 11 "Maintenance and Service" in your "OWNER'S MANUAL".....
Access from under the front corner of the car. Remove or push small plastic cover out of the way. Unplug bulb and rotate to remove.
Remove the 2 screws that hold the plastic lens, pull out burned bulb, push in new one (#168 or #194), verify if working, reinstall lens.....
From under the hood, twist off the cover behind the headlight, then turn the collar that holds the bulb in place. Remove the bulb and replace it, reversing the above directions. DON'T TOUCH THE GLASS ON THE NEW BULB, DIRT OR GREASE WILL CAUSE IT TO BURN OUT QUICKLY.
Replace the bulb
See page 10-52 & 10-53 of your "Owner's Manual", under Section - 10: Maintenance and Service - Replacing Bulbs.....
Your owner's manual has instructions for changing the bulb including illustrations: http://techinfo.subaru.com/proxy/69554/pdf/ownerManual/069554_2003_Legacy/MSA5M0301A_19.pdf
See "Replacing Bulbs" on page 50 of Chapter 11 "Maintenance and Service" in your "OWNER'S MANUAL"..... See the Sources and Related Links section below for light bulb information.
See *Rear Combination Lights* on page 10-53 of your "Owner's Manual", under Section 10: Maintenance and Service - Replacing Bulbs.....
i need to replace the temperature control light bulb on my 2004 silverado.
The only bulb I can think of for an air conditioner is for the on/off indicator light. They use a special tiny tiny bulb only available through your Subaru dealer and you have to take the heater controls apart. This involves taking much of the console apart and the cables that come from the heater control tend to spring their clips loose and may cause the heater controls to stop working. If you can live with it not working that would be my advice. If you decide to change the bulb be prepared to spend at least an entire afternoon and keep the kids away if you don't want them to hear bad language.
Remove the trim from around the shifter. You should see the light bulb socket. Remove the socket and replace the bulb. As far as the heated seat switches you can replace the light bulb. You have to remove the switch and take it apart. Once you have it apart you will see the bulb. You have to remove the bulb from the little socket. Take it to radio shack they should have one to fit.
pull the heater control knob off and located behind is a small capless bulb pull out and then push in new bulb replace knob job done
It may be a fuse.
Unsrew the round plastic cover on the inside of headlight and remove the spring wire clip ,pushing in and down and pull the globe out through the hole ,dont touch the glass on the new bulb with fingers,,,,,
See "Headlight" on page 51 of chapter 11 "Maintenance and Service" in your "OWNER'S MANUAL.....
Open hood panel and prop with rod. Remove screw at headlamp that holds signal lamp. pull lamp straight forward. remove and replace bulb
You have to start by opening the console storage compartment. There are two screws at the front of the compartment. You remove those and work your way forward, lifting the panel around the selector lever. Easy.
Replace the bulb, had to change one myselfe.
As you know, all cars use many light bulbs. There are dozens of different bulbs. You will need to specify which bulb. BTW, this information is in your owners manual.
The User's Manual describes all steps needed to replace the headlights including the bulb numbers you need. Most people should be able to do it in less than 5 minutes and the only tool you need is the screw driver located by your spare tire.