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How do you replace the hi-beam indicator bulb in the instrument cluster?

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2015-02-26 18:57:00
2015-02-26 18:57:00

You didn't mention the year, make and model vehicle but I would imagine you will have to remove the dash cluster to gain access to the rear of the cluster to change bulbs.

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