remove all bots that hold on dash look around everywhere even under the dash by your pedals drop the bottom part of dash off there should be 2 more bolts holding the top part of dash on remove dash and wiring from behind dash pull dash out of car remove your instament panel change bulbs remove all bots that hold on dash look around everywhere even under the dash by your pedals drop the bottom part of dash off there should be 2 more bolts holding the top part of dash on remove dash and wiring from behind dash pull dash out of car remove your instament panel change bulbs
take old one out, insert new one in after you remove the dash cluster.
4x6 in the front dash
To change the dash light bulbs you must remove the instrument panel.
The 93 K1500 Blazer has 4 x 6 inch in the dash, and 4 x 10 inch in the rear.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00
Check the fuses, check the bulbs but first, be sure the dash light dimmer control is not turned off.
Behind the dash assembly inside the heater box. Dash assembly must be removed to gain access.
It looks like color coded spaghetti.
to change the lights you remove the dash cluster and replace the bulbs. the number for the bulbs are 197
What model of Corolla ? You have to take the dash board out and the bulbs can be removed and replaced from the back. The dashboard on the Corolla is not that difficult to take out, but you have to do it slowly and carefully.
Bulbs. All the bulbs are fed from the same fuse.
It is practically impossible to reach up behind the dash to change the bulbs. Remove the trim around the instrument panal and you should be able to pull it out enough to change the bulbs. You may have to disconnect the speedometer to get it out far enough.
either a fuse for dash or the light switch
It could be the dimmer switch that will adjust the dash lights
reach up under the dash with your hand and each one is in a socket that you twist out to change the bulb, there are no wires attached to the sockets as the dash is solid state.
could be several reasons, dash light dimmer switch is turned off or bad, bulbs are blown out or fuse is blown out.
Dash lights normally go out when you have a blown fuse. Try changing bulbs. After replacing bulbs if the problem consist change fuse. If neither work then you may have electrical problems.
Could be anything from a bad flasher, bulbs are out or the turn signal bulbs could have dirty contacts.
The bulbs are actually soldered into the circuit board. The only way to change them is to dismantle the whole cluster and desolder then re-solder the bulbs.
Dash lights are usually wired in the parking/taillight circuit Try removing the bulbs from these, check sockets and replace bulbs one at a time . Hopefully short will be in one of these and not under dash
There is a very good description if you click on the link on the right.
You have to completely remove the dash to get access to the heater core.
take of ignition cowling .....2 screws and the clocks are out
I had to take the dash panel down to get to the bulbs. It's pretty straigt forward takiking the dash down or if you can look in a chiltons manual it shows the steps.