If you are talking about the lights behind the AC control buttons, they are "grain of rice" style bulbs. I found them at a railroading model/hobby shop. Be sure they are rated for 12V. Remove the dash panel around the AC controller, remove the AC control unit, pry apart the front panel to access the PC board which the original bulbs are soldered to.
You don't. The unit is sealed. You will have to replace the A/C control unit. Bad bulbs are common with these vehicles, so if you plan to keep your vehicle to 200K+ miles, and you can't deal with non functioning lights, you will purchase several of these. I went through three in 60K miles.
How to change the bulbs in the climate control for a 1999 Chevy trailblazer
The 2002 Chevy Avalanche does not have user replaceable radio bulbs. The radio needs to be dismantled by a qualified technician to replace the bulbs.
The bulbs are located for the headlights under the hood of the car.
These kind of bulbs only light up around Christmas time.
Check the bulbs,if not the bulbs you most likely have a bad ground.
Check the bulbs and check the fuses.
how do I replace interior light bulbs in 2002 chevy impala. I removed the cover, but the bulb is cramped in and I can't pull it out.
Open the hood and locate L-shaped pins at the corners of the headlights.Unlock pins by turning a quarter turn and pull pins upward.Headlight assembly can then be removed and bulbs replaced.
Most of these are not intended to be replaceable. To do it requires a person capable of disassembling the switch, and soldering in new bulbs or LEDs
In a 97-03, the bulbs are soldered into the circuit board of the heater controls. Remove the heater control assembly and disassemble it to the board. Desolder the bulbs and replace with new ones from either radio shack or corvetteradios.com. The bulbs are 12v but I don't know the wattage. CorvetteRadios has bulbs for the CD player as well which are similarly soldered into the circuit board on the face plate.
the plug on the back side of the bumper twists to the left and you pull it out of the bumper
there is two rods that go through the housing from the top. turn them to unlock and pull up and out then the whole assembly comes out and you can change the bulbs.
I was told that the bulbs are not replaceable. You have to replace the entire pad.
push up and turn on the housing
If you have the automatic climate control system, I do not think there are actual "bulbs" in the display as it is all electronic. In my 1988 LeSabre I had to replace the entire control unit which I picked up at a salvage yard. Just a thought.
If the fuse is good and the bulbs are good, replace the flasher relay.
You need to remove the dash in order to get back there to replace any blown bulbs.
I don't know. I do know that they are soldered into the board and can't be replaced without knowledge of soldering.
You have to remove the instrument cluster to service the light bulbs.
Open the hood and remove the two candy cane shaped pins. The headlight assembly will now be able to be removed. Quarter turn the bulbs and they come right out.
There are two bolts holding the headlight buckets in, you will need to remove them to get at the bulbs. The lens will come out and you will pull the bulbs out of the lens itself. They are hex head bolts, DO NOT TURN THE TORX SCREWS THEY ARE THE ADJUSTING POINTS FOR AIMING.
http://www.corvetteradios.com/ sells the bulbs for the GM k1500 radios. They have a diagram showing how to solder them to the circuit board on their site.
Remove the cover around the controls and you will see the bulbs inside the climate control unit. It just pulls off.