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How do you fix a burned out gear shift console light on a 2000 Olds Intrigue?

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2015-07-15 18:56:05
2015-07-15 18:56:05

First you need to take off the molding around the top of the radio (use a screw drive and it will pop off). You will notice that this will take the "top-half" half off of the trim. Second there are two screws under the center console arm rest. Take those out and you be able to pop the rest of the trim to get to the light bulb installed.

There is another way. You do not have to take the molding off the top of the radio. Put your flat blade screw driver under the lip of the console. You can see the space where it meets the top moulding. Lift the armrest cover. At the front you will see two screws. Remove them, then Gently pry up top of shifter console. Put brake on and shift into the center of the console. Remove the top of the console being careful of the two attached wires underneath. In my case, all I did was throughly clean the top with the shifter symbols and the underneath. It was dirty. I did not attempt to remove lamps. I put everything back to gether, it worked like a charm.
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