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Where is and how do you replace the speedometer light on a 1994 Pathfinder?

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2006-03-13 19:28:06
2006-03-13 19:28:06

First remove the trim below the steering column. To do this, remove to 2 screws at the bottom of it. One is by the hood release and the other is on the right side in the same place. It pops off, and exposes 2 screws which hold the gauge cover on. Remove these two screws, and the 2 in the top of the plastic cover. You may be able to remove the bulb now. If not, remove the screws holding the gauge assembly in place and pull it out. There will be a bulb holder in the back (round thing) which can be unscrewed, and the bulb can be replaced. Assembly is opposite of disassembly

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