Its a 194 in my solara, which shares parts with the gen 4 Camry. This is how I did it...
Pull up the black surround that covers the shifter, there are 4 clips. Unplug the accessory outlet to completely remove the surround. Then unscrew the silver Philips head screw at the top left corner of the shift gate. Now this gets a little tricky, you have to pop out two tough clips at each corner of the near part of the shift gate (the part facing your e-brake and center console storage etc.) I used a flathead screwdriver to get the leverage to pop the shift gate up. Once this is up you will see a wire going to a bulb socket on the bottom of the shifter. Twist this socket out and there is your bulb.
I think it's on the floor behind the center console.
In the trunk underneath the floor
undo console from the floor to get to it.
I thought that I was the only one with a burnt out light! I don't have an answer, but I share your problem.
It sounds like the clutch master cylinder or slave cylinder has gone bad.These are not that expensive to replace.
Any body know the answer to this....I got the cover off of the console but don't see where the light bulb is.....I see wires running up underneath but not a good way to get at them to see if light bulb is attached.
How to change light blub in console on a Ford F150.
The EEC (Electronic Engine Control) module is located under the instrument panel on the floor tunnel ahead of the floor console. Take the floor console out to get to it. Unfasten the electrical harness, take out the screws holding it in and take it off.
Its under the center console below the radio and little cubby bolted to the floor....
There is a release mechanism you access by opening the rear storage part of the center console. Once you pull up on the release mechanism, you just lift the rear of the console and slide it back. This releases the front of the console, which is held in by floor mounted brackets. You reverse this procedure to reinstall the console.
The Airbag Crash Sensor Unit is located on the floor behind the radio in the center console.
It is bolted to the floor under the center console.It is bolted to the floor under the center console.
In the center console behind the cup holder, ash tray. It is in the back towards the floor board. Real fun to get out, have fun. I found that if you got from the passenger side that it is more accessible. Peel back that carpet and in the corner you will see some mounting bolts which when removed will release the ECM.
Look under the frigging seat. There are nuts or bolts on the brackets under there holding the seat to the floor. It is up to you to remove the right bolts.
on the same side of the battery just behind it and in the interior floor panel right next to your left foot on the driver's side.
check inside the consell under neath take the consell off the floor change the bulb there is no fuse
you will have to take the console out or at least the top piece of the console and then you will see the shifter is bolted to the floor.
unbolt it from the floor you need a special tool
under the driver's side dash. You'll have to lay down and look up from the floor board. There is a cover to the fuse box you have to remove.
Remove the screws that fasten the console to the floor, there are 2 in the rear cupholder, 1 in the front cup holder, and 2 near the shifter (where the console seperates). When all the screws are removed you can lift out the console (be careful to unplug speaker wires), turn over, and remove the speaker.
the sensor is located in the exhaust, downstream front the catalytic converter. the connector for the sensor in under the carpet on the passenger front floor near the center dash area.
Remove lower seat cushion by popping the front of it upward from the 2 retaining clips, then sliding it forward. The seat belt buckle is bolted to the floor.
Start with the trim around the radio and work your way down. Each piece overlaps the last one. There are screws on each side that may or may not have trim plugs over them. There are two screws holding the shifter knob on.
Classic symptoms of a bad heater core. You need to replace it.
the black thing what has P R D 2 1 onit it pulls off