Before I answer this question let me start by saying the bulb is not available from dealer or any auto parts store or any ordinary retail light store such as Radio Shack. I had to improvise by finding a bulb that fit in the bulb holder with wire leads that would work in a 12volt system.The bulb I used was from a surplus store with no identifying marks so I don't have part number.The dealer says they send out the dashes for rebuild units.So be prepared to search for a bulb.
The first step disconnect the battery then next remove the dashboard you will find most the screws are torx screws and two 10mm bolts located thru a opening in the glovebox.Once you remove the dashboard cover you will see the 2 wire connectors that connect to instrument cluster. Unplug the connectors then remove the torx screws that hold the fascia to the cluster. Then pull gently to remove fascia to gain access to instrument cluster. Remove the torx screws that hold the cluster and lift cluster out of dash panel. On back of cluster you will see a cover that is paper on one side and metal film on other side. Remove and you will see a few bulb sockets that look like to remove you turn them by hand. Well it is none of these bulbs you want.The bulb you want is removed with a small screw driver. the bulb has a slot form in the back for a flat blade screw driver. That is your bulb. Now you have to find a bulb that you can modify to fit that holder. When you get this far you will have a view of what I am talking about. Good Luck P.S. To install reverse removal procedures.
A 12 volt white mini Christmas light will work, although I am not sure how long it will last.
Yes,first remove the top of the dash,then the bezel that covers the cluster and the radio and such,unplug the cluster, remove the screwes that mount it,look at the back of the cluster and twist the little bulb holder.
134 A which is available at any auto store. You can but a hose kit and a can of it and put it in yourself for about $15.00
$25.00 parts and $75.00 labor do it yourself and you will have no labor costs, and the belt less than $15
Cut it off, torch or saw. Have a muffler shop do the job. Save yourself a headache and busted knuckles.
First, there is no Chevrolet Cavalier 2006, they stop selling it in 2005 because they replace it by the Chevrolet Cobalt. Anyway, just buy a Haynes "do-it-yourself" repair manual in any large store like Wal-Mart, it cost like 20$ and it's very easy to follow.
Yes, there is no reason you should not be able to change the oil by yourself in a 1996 Chevrolet S10.
Depends on what is done. Usually this includes oil, spark plugs, and air filter. It's about $30 for oil, $15 for spark plugs, and $10 for an air filter. This is based on doing it yourself.
You either say something about yourself or not.
The gears inside the odometer broke due to heat and age. You can buy the gears and replace them yourself. Or you can take your car to a place were they work on odometers.
Are you doing it by yourself? Your gonna need some help.
Tell something about yourself.
something positive aobut yourself
Do it yourself for around $25.
unless you have a complete shop and you are a machanic don't even try by yourself
about 260.00 for the fuel pump if you do it yourself.
Depends on the condition of the vehicle and the mileage on the odometer. You can find out for yourself here if you have this information.http://www.nada.com
Hey Niki==It is possible but a very hard job requiring special jigs to hold the engine and a lift is nice. I wouldn't try it if I were you. You can get a shop manual on your car from the parts store if you care to see what all is required. GoodluckJoe
well, when you complete something that you are proud of, smile at yourself, give yourself a pat on the back, or reward yourself with a treat or a walk or something
to make yourself belive in something you have to belive in yourself.
The intermittent odometer in model year 1999 - 2003 Ford Expeditions (also same model year Excursion, F150, F250, F350) is caused by cracks in solder joints on a circuit board that powers the odometer. You can fix the problem yourself in about an hour with the instructions available at http://www.odometer-repair.com .
Bout $100 or so... if you do it yourself..Shop around
`150-200 (rotor about 80.00-approx.) You can do it yourself if you are fairly handy.
Before changing any parts related to the odometer in the 1999 Ford F150, it would be a good idea to rule out the common intermittent odometer problem that is extremely common in these vehicles. Most odometer problems in these vehicles are caused by cracked solder joints on a ribbon cable connector. Full details on the problem and information on repairing it yourself are available at http://www.odometer-repair.com .
it depends on where you bring it or if your doing it yourself.
Yes...I checked with the dealer parts depatment and it come up as the same part number. But you should compare the old with the new to see for yourself that they match. Good luck with your repair.