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How do you replace the bulbs to dashboard lights for tach and speedometer in a 1995 Lexus GS300 They are normally red bars?

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2007-12-14 15:29:29
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If you only need bulbs then your solution is easy, however if the needles themselves no longer illuminate, then there is no bulb to replace since the needles are the bulbs. Your local Lexus dealer will be happy to assist you in this matter, there is one catch...they will only sell you the entire instrument panel. The last quote I got was around $300.00.

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