How do you change odometer bulb in 2004 Toyota Avalon?
A Toyota dealer told me yesterday that it isn't simply replacing the bulb. The light is part of a module that costs approximately $750 to replace. From what I've read, it's very labor intensive, a job most do-it-yourselfers would shy away from.
The odometer is electronic, there is a plug in on the back of the speedometer, however the plugin for the odometer also may power other controls, so this may not be a good idea. I dont know why your trying to stop the odometer but your out of luck the computer keeps track of your information your odometer is just a read out like a monitor