Dashboard Lights and Gauges
Chevy Blazer
Late Model 1979-New Ford Mustangs

How do you change the dash bulbs in a 1993 Blazer?

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2008-06-24 19:49:26
2008-06-24 19:49:26

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

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