Hi we've had several lights out for a while but the guy at the dealer said that they'd have to rip the whole dashboard out just to replace two little inexpensive l.e.d. lights and the labor would be VERY expensive. So, we suffer with the inconvenience until something else goes wrong and the dashboard HAS to come off. This may not help but I'm sure if you check the dealer they can give you an estimate of time/labor vs part cost.
hd- 6/21/09- I changed my instrument bulbs on my 200 Sienna and it was easy. Only 3 screws. Please see my notes at:
How do you disassemble the dashboard of a 2000 Toyota Sienna
Open the hood, remove the rubber boot, unplug the wire connector, unclasp, remove the burned bulb and replace with the new one.
Sounds like bulbs have burned out try replacing them
If turn signals are not blinking on the dashboard but they are still working, the cause might be a burned out bulb in one of the blinkers on the outside of the car. There might also be a fuse burned out or bulbs burned out in the dash. Even the flasher can be the problem in this situation.
Doesn't matter what type of vehicle, this indicates an exhaust leak and an oil leak. The burnt oil and the exhaust, get pulled into the cowl which is where the air for the interior comes from! Not very healthy...
If memory serves, it means that you have a headlight burned out.
If the Ford Galaxy dashboard lights don't work, there could be a problem with the fuses. There is also a possibility that a bulb is burned out or there is a short in the wiring.
A blown fuse can make your dashboard lights to not work in your 1993 Chevy Blazer Tahoe. A burned out bulb can also cause this.
Sienna and umber are two common pigments used to make brown colorings. They are often heated or burned in order to darken them. Therefore, "burnt" umber or "burnt" sienna are also brownish pigments.
On the Jetta, the dashboard warning light with a circle and a box above it is indicating that there is a problem with the battery. This light also indicates a burned out bulb in the headlamps, taillights, or blinkers.
Oil can either be burned, or it can leak
It means one of them is burned out.
that means you have MORE than one bulb burned out. The the light indicator does not tell how many and what bulbs are burned out. It stays on until all the burned out bulbs are replaced.
Possibly both of them are burned out (common). You were running on only one for a while and then that one burned out. The indicator would still be lit.
Replace the light bulbs that are burned out, usually from the back side of the instrument cluster.
it means a brake-lamp bulb has burned out
The most likely reason is a burned-out bulb.
in my 90 celica the windows, interior lights, radio, etc, are all controlled by the on position in the switch in your key cylinder. I had a short and had much of the same problems. Try replacing the switch. (I'm guessing your accessory switch is burned up)
I own a 1997 Isuzu Rodeo and had the same problem. I went to a local Isuzu new-car dealer and was quoted a price in excess of $100 to replace the burned-out dashboard lights. I was told that the cost is high because the top of the dashboard has to be removed in order to obtain access to the lights. I did not have the lights replaced. carlpers
Try replacing the bulb. Changes are that after 10 years, it may have burned out.
MOST LIKELY... when a dashboard back light is out it's usually caused by one or more burned out bulbs.
To replace the dashboard lights on the 1997 F-150, you will first need to remove the dash bezel and dash cover in order to access the lights. Then, remove the instrument panel cover below the bezel and remove the burned out lights. Replace the lights and add the cover, dash cover, and bezel back to the dashboard.
When a turn signal is flashing faster, it generally indicates that one of the turnsignal bulbs are burnt out. Either the front or rear on the same side. Replacing the burnt out bulb should correct the issue. If both sides are flashing either too fast or two slow, then the flasher module is defective. (Or multiple bulbs are burned out, read above) The flasher can be replaced with a new one that should cost under $5-10 and is available at any auto parts store.
Most motors can be rewound by a shop that has the correct tools and expertise, but replacing it with a new one may be just as cheap.
theres something wrong on ur headlamps or bulbs (wrong setup, burned bulb, or something of that nature)