Pull the black trim piece off surrounding the instrument cluster, There should be a screw on either side about 4/5ths of the way up the cluster that have to be removed, then slide the top of the cluster towards you. and the bottoms are Popped into place so it might take some playing with to pop them out but just pulling or prying with a screwdriver should work. then unplug the instrument cluster from the dash (top right hand side)and all your bulbs are located on the back..... As for the radio, i have no idea how to replace the lights on it, better off buying an aftermarket or picking up a used one from a wreckers
The top of the console has to come off to replace the bulbs.
They mount to the back of the dash cluster. The bulbs are exposed when the panel is removed.
the complete headlight assembly has to come out to replace the bulbs, there are plastic pull pins that look like large horseshoes that have to be pulled for the assembly to come out.
You have to remove the instrument cluster to get access to the bulbs.
You take out the cluster and replace the bulbs in the back of the cluster. Very simple job, takes baout 10 mins!
Well, first i would replace the low beam bulbs, if that doesn't work, perhaps a fuse, and if not that, wiring problems.
I have an 87 Aero Coupe and my 3rd brake light bulb is in my truck. I think yours would be the same too.
There are no individual bulbs, just LED's in the dials, and you will have to replace the entire instrument cluster.
Remove the instrument cluster then replace the bulbs. = =
If your 98 Monte Carlo brake lights do not work when you hit the brakes, but the top one behind the glass works, check the bulbs. If the bulbs have burn out, the lights will cease to work.
You replace all of the bulbs in the cluster. Go to dealer, specify year & model, and buy the kit (usually 8 to 14 bulbs). Costs about $20. Remove the cluster, and one at a time replace all the bulbs. (p.s. if one went bad, the rest are going to die soon too.)
The instrument cluster must be removed to replace the light bulbs on it.
Brake light switch on the brake pedal is defective
Follow the Youtube video.
The instrument cluster needs to be removed to get at the bulbs.
Remove the instrument cluster and replace the bad bulbs. Take the battery cables off!Remove the upper and lower steering colum covers. Remove the four screws on the cover. Tke the screws out of the cluster and turn it over. Replace the bad bulbs. Had to replace the whole cluster on mine as the speedometer and the heat guage were kaput!
If your regular headlights wont turn on but only the brights for your Monte Carlo 07 then you're probably experiencing an outage in the light area. The fuse or the bulbs may also be the cause of the problem.
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You have a light out...take a look at the trim around the instrument cluster, should be held in by a few screws. After pulling the cover pull the cluster, look on the back, check all bulbs and replace the ones that are burnt out or replace them all. You have a light out...take a look at the trim around the instrument cluster, should be held in by a few screws. After pulling the cover pull the cluster, look on the back, check all bulbs and replace the ones that are burnt out or replace them all.
You have to remove the instrument cluster to service the light bulbs.
take out instament cluster and all light bulbs are on the back
i have a 96 Monte Carlo and i had the same problem. try pulling the turn signal switch to you slightly while in the signal position. works for me every time.
Headlight dimmer switch is defective
If the bulbs are good then the brake light switch is bad, it's on top of the brake pedal up under the dash.
You have to remove the dashboard, then remove the instrument cluster. On the back of the cluster, you'll find that you can unscrew the bulbs from the back and replace them. I've done it myself on my own 99 Sunfire --- CanadianCynosure