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How do you change the dashboard lights on a 1999 Mitsubishi Galant?

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2008-10-16 21:11:36
2008-10-16 21:11:36

You must remove the cluster (the part were your gauges are) this comes out as one unit. The pain will be reaching behind it and unplugging the comnnecter attaching it will be twice as tedious! but everything else is relitivley easy. You must then disassemble the cluster carefully to expose the bulbs. I recomend you do this in your house so that you don't loose the pieces! the bulbs are cheap and can be found at any auto prarts store. After replacing the bulbs assemble the cluster and reattach it to the car. NOTE: one special tool needed will be a stubby or short handled screwdriver to remove the screws that hold down the bezel in front tof the cluster. about 2" in length!

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