I have changed the driver's side bulb and checked all of the fuses,now the passenger side stays on hibeam only, nothing seems to work. And now the truck will not enguage into gear at all? any advice?
the bulb is probably blown there like a headlight bulb low beam hibeam so if its blown it will just be illuminated and not flash
you start by removing the chromed Ring which is held in place by 1 screw at the top center; then you remove the Inner screws which hold the black ring to the headlamp Bucket, which holds the headlamp in place; WARNING: do not confuse these screws with the headlight Aim Adjustment screws which you can identify by a white plastic spacer and Spring behind them. do not touch those. Once the black ring is loosened and removed, the headlamp will tend to fall off, so keep your hand in front of the glass lamp. Pull the glass headlamp out from the Bucket, then disconnect the Electrical Plug from the rear of the headlamp, get the new replacement, re-connect the Plg to it, then reassemble both rings in reverse. this applies to all 4 headlamps. Same procedure and warnings apply.
The instrument cluster must be removed to replace the light bulbs on it.
I assume you mean a turn signal indicator on the instrument panel. Remove the instrument cluster (procedure varies with different vehicles). The bulbs for all the warning and indicator lights, as well as for instrument illumination, are typically in twist-out holders mounted on the back side of the cluster.
On the instrument cluster.
Disconnect negative battery cableTilt the steering wheel to its lowest position and remove the instrument cluster bezelRemove the instrument cluster retaining screwsPull the instrument cluster out,unplug the electrical connectors from the backside and the shift indicator from the bottom (automatic trans models) then remove the cluster from the instrument panel
Remove the dash cluster to gain access to the bulbs.
when that happens you usually just have to replace the instrument cluster when that happens you usually just have to replace the instrument cluster when that happens you usually just have to replace the instrument cluster
# Disconnect the negative battery cable. # Apply the parking brake and block the rear wheels. # Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position. # Shift the gearshift lever to the 1position. # Position the steering wheel in the full-down position. # Remove the two instrument cluster bezel screws. # Separate the instrument cluster bezel from the instrument panel enough to gain access to the electrical connectors. Disconnect the following electrical connectors: # Rear window wiper/washer switch # Rear window defogger switch # Hazard warning flasher switch # Power E-AT switch, if equipped # Security indicator lamp, if equipped # Cruise control ON/OFF switch # Headlamp switch # Remove the instrument cluster bezel with the switches attached. # Remove the four instrument cluster screws and separate the instrument cluster from the instrument panel. # Position the cluster to gain access to the gearshift indicator. Remove the gearshift indicator from the cluster. # Disconnect the electrical connectors from the instrument cluster and remove the cluster. # The installation is the reverse of removal.
Replace resistors on Instrument cluster circuit board. $1.00 @ Radioshack and about an hour of your time...
You have to replace the entire instrument cluster.
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
If the VSS is defective replace the instrument cluster.
What kind of car?? 1999 grand am
Inside the instrument cluster. To replace them remove the cluster and take it apart.
To change the high beam indicator you have to take the instrument cluster out of the dash.
You take out the cluster and replace the bulbs in the back of the cluster. Very simple job, takes baout 10 mins!
this is a 2008. help please.
If the VSS is defective replace the instrument cluster.
Remove the instrument cluster then replace the bulbs. = =
You will need to remove the instrument cluster board. To do that, remove the trim piece around the instrument cluster, then carefully pull the instrument cluster out of the dashboard. Note that the instrument cluster plugs in to a socket in the dashboard, so be careful as you remove the circuit board so that you do not damage the plug. Once the instrument cluster is out, replace all bulbs. They twist to remove, and if the odometer bulb has failed, the others are getting old too. It might be best to replace them all to avoid future problems.
Behind the instrument Cluster. Or remove it and replace the Cluster.
What kind of vehicle? The light is most likely behind the instrument cluster. The instrument cluster would have to be removed to gain acces to the bulb.
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