Inside the instrument cluster. To replace them remove the cluster and take it apart.
Behind the instrument Cluster. Or remove it and replace the Cluster.
To replace dash lights on a Mazda B 3000 first disconnect the battery and remove the dashboard. Unplug the cluster wiring and carefully remove the display. Replace the lights.
The entire instrument cluster must be remove to replace lamps. If equiped with Electronic cluster, it might be better to take it to the dealer.
The bulb is most likely burned out. You have to remove the instrument cluster to replace it.
Remove the dash and remove the instrument cluster, the lights are in the back of the cluster.
remove dash replace bulb(instrument cluster)
remove trim surrounding cluster, remove bolts securing cluster to dash, disconnect electrical connectors at cluster, twist failed bulbs out, reverse to install
To replace the dashboard lights on the 1997 F-150, you will first need to remove the dash bezel and dash cover in order to access the lights. Then, remove the instrument panel cover below the bezel and remove the burned out lights. Replace the lights and add the cover, dash cover, and bezel back to the dashboard.
Remove the instrument cluster and replace the bad bulbs. Take the battery cables off!Remove the upper and lower steering colum covers. Remove the four screws on the cover. Tke the screws out of the cluster and turn it over. Replace the bad bulbs. Had to replace the whole cluster on mine as the speedometer and the heat guage were kaput!
If all the dash lights are out, it is the switch that is the problem.other wise, you have to remove all the lowre pannels to get at the bolts that hold the dash cluster in.
If you mean replace a burned out bulb just open the trunk and remove the interior panel then twist and remove the affected bulb to remove it, put the new one in and reverse procedure.
to change the lights you remove the dash cluster and replace the bulbs. the number for the bulbs are 197
Remove the dash cluster to gain access to the bulbs.
You have to remove the center vent, where a screw is located holding part of the instrument cluster in. The procedure is not complicate but describing how to do it is. The other screws are in sight, and the steering column cover has to be removed as well. Once you get the cluster out replace all the lights, because if one has gone out, others are not far behind.
You will have to remove the instrument cluster to gain access. You might want to purchase a Haynes Manual that will instruct you.
remove trim in front of cluster, then 4 7-8mm bolts that hold in cluster then shifter indicator from bottom of cluster hten pull cluster out until u can get behind to find bulbs, twist and remove the light bulbs likely be found at radio shack good luck
Try to reach up from underneath but if you dont have room or cant reach it then remove the trim around the instrument cluster and heater (all one piece) unscrew instrment cluster and carefully remove the cluster the lights are in sockets that are removed from the back
remove the gage cluster the bulb is on the back of the cluster
Remove the instrument cluster then replace the bulbs. = =
You will have to remove and disassemble the cluster
The illumination lights are replaceable. You will need to remove the dash cluster to gain access to them.
Below the instrument cluster is a trim piece that goes across the width of the instrument cluster. Remove the 4 screws then remove the trim piece. Remove the screws that retain the instrument cluster, then carefully pull the instrument cluster STRAIGHT BACK. The instrument cluster plugs in to a matching socket in the dashboard. Be certain that the pins do not get bent. It's a good idea to replace all of the bulbs once one burns out. The rest will be failing soon. There are two types of bulbs used in the dashboard, they might only be available at a GM dealership. Replace all of the bulbs. Carefully push the instrument cluster back into the dashboard, then test the lights and make certain that the instruments and indicator lights work before putting everything else back together. Replace the trim ring around the instrument cluster. Replace the bottom trim piece... Done. ... at least, that's how it works on the 2000 LS
The best way to replace burned out dash illumination bulbs is to remove the dash cluster. If all the bulbs are not working, check the dash light brightness control to see if that switch is turned off or not working. If you still have parking lights, the fuse is good.
to change the bulb you go in from the backside, if its burned out you only need to replace the bulb. its similar to replacing a taillight bulb