How do you change the bulb in the overhead console on a Chrysler 2003 Town and County van?
I have just replaced the bulb in the reading lights of our 2002 Town and Country van. There are clear plastic covers on the reading lights that you press in to turn on and press again to turn off. The shape of the plastic cover is straight edge toward the insides and rounded to the exterior. If this description fits the 2003 model here is the proceedure. The covers are held on by a plastic tab on the seat side of the covers so don't force down on this side or you will break the tabs. The Windshield side of the covers have 2 "U" shaped tabs that snap onto a corresponding posts (one on each side toward the end- windshield side). Insert a thin flat head screwdriver carefully toward the windshield and pull straight down gently to snap the "U" shaped snaps off of the post. Then pull the cover toward the windshield to get the rear tab out of it's slot. Use care and not too much force in case this does not apply to your model.
Depending on the year and model/trim of your car, there are two possibilities here. If the information console (the overhead console in which the map light is located) does NOT have a built-in garage door opener, then you can simply grab the front end of the console, and pull down. This will remove the console, and expose the light bulbs which can easily be replaced. If the console DOES have a built-in garage door opener…
The entire overhead console unit clips into a socket. The entire overhead console unit must be pulled down from the ceiling of the car. There is a single phillips-head screw towards the windshield that attaches the console to the ceiling. Once this screw is removed, use a small pry bar to pull down on the console on the opposite end. The console is held in with two or more metal clips that will disengage when…
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Do you mean a change between GUI and console mode, then try the following, Press Ctrl+F1 to switch from GUI mode to console mode. F1 to F6 are console modes and use Ctrl+F7 to switch back to the GUI mode. Or if you mean, about changing the default mode (booting) from GUI to Console then try this, go to /etc/inittab file. change the runlevel id: to 3 for booting in Full-User mode.
the perform service light on the overhead console is reminding you to change your oil.the system is based on miles driven and not on oil condition.look in owners manual the service interval can be changed and reset easily.usually if you go to independent shops for service the don't reset the reminder