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2014-10-07 01:39:48
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The shifter light on the center console of a 1999 Honda Civic can be reached by removing the center console assembly. Loosen all of the proper screws and pull off the assembly. Once the bulb is visible replace the unit using an appropriate sized bulb.


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1) Remove the screws holding the center console in place. *Note: The center console is separated into 2 sections: The armrest, and where the stick shift is. 2) Carefully remove and unlatch where the two pieces connect and pull the armrest section out of the vehicle avoiding the E brake. 3) Remove either the shift boot from the shifter OR take off the shifting knob. 4) Carefully Pull the section out and above the cup holder. and that's it. then simply reverse the process to put it back on. i hope this helped

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