It could be because the bulb is burned out ot he wire is disconnected.
Disconnect negative battery cableTilt the steering wheel to its lowest position and remove the instrument cluster bezelRemove the instrument cluster retaining screwsPull the instrument cluster out,unplug the electrical connectors from the backside and the shift indicator from the bottom (automatic trans models) then remove the cluster from the instrument panel
You will have to remove the instrument cluster. This may be an LED that should never have failed.
If the VSS is defective replace the instrument cluster. Only on 2001 and later Elantra's have speed sensor on transaxle
The gauges on the dash is the instrument cluster.
On a 1999 Mercury Cougar : Overdrive is the normally allowed position ( it won't shift into overdrive until the speed is faster anyway ) If you find that the transmission is frequently shifting between overdrive and drive ( such as hilly roads ) then it is best to use the transaxle ( transmission ) control switch on the side of your gear shifter to shut off the overdrive ( O/D OFF will appear in your gauge cluster )
To get a 2003 F-150 Truck to start after replacing the instrument cluster the cluster will have to be re-programmed. A dealer or possibly a locksmith can reprogram an instrument cluster.
The instrument cluster is what houses the speedometer, and the gauges.
Remove instrument cluster in a 2003 olds aurora
Begin by removing the instrument panel cover. The instrument cluster will be held in place with for retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws and the instrument cluster will come out.
Removing the instrument cluster on a Peugeot 206 is simple. You start with removing the steering wheel and then take out the dash board and then take out the instrument cluster.
Why is your 97 cadillac deville instrument cluster not working?
No, they will not interchange.
Look at the the vin# on the driver's door are it will have the G.V.W. If you are towing with a automatic turn-off the overdrive. most modle's it's on the end of the gear shift. Press the button and the O/D yellow light will come on at the end of the gear shift or in the instrument cluster. When you turn off the truck it will rest it self. If you tow in Overdrive you will Over heat the Tans. and Burn it up.
If it's an automatic; Go to subaruoutback.org, click on Forums, under General > Do-It-Yourself Illustrated Guide > Replacing Lights on the Instrument Cluster.
It is controlled by the airbag computer and the instrument cluster.It is controlled by the airbag computer and the instrument cluster.
An instrument cluster is what displays basic information in your car. Information like the speedometer, fuel level, care temperatures... etc. Cars nowadays are mostly made with a digital instrument cluster.
Remove the dash and remove the instrument cluster, the lights are in the back of the cluster.
If it has been switched off - the O / D - OFF light should light in the instrument cluster
If you don't want the automatic transmission to shift into overdrive, press the button on the end of the gear selector lever. An indicator light will come on in the bottom right corner of your guage cluster displaying O/D OFF
A 1989 instrument cluster will not work in a 1993 Nissan 240 SX. You will need a 1990 to 1994Êinstrument cluster.
Replace resistors on Instrument cluster circuit board. $1.00 @ Radioshack and about an hour of your time...
remove the trim panel around the instrument cluster then remove cluster. On the back of instrument cluster are the bulbs just turn them half a turn and they come right out.
The horn relay is mounted behind the instrument cluster display. This display is the one that has the overdrive, parking brake, security, service engine soon, etc. readouts.
On a 1999 Ford Contour : If by any chance you mean the ( O/D OFF ) light that is located in the lower part of your gauge cluster , towards the left side : That means that the automatic transaxle ( transmission ) overdrive has been switched OFF . The switch button is on the drivers side of the gearshift handle lower down
Usually, 'cluster', refers to the instrument/gauge cluster or instrument/gauge panel that the driver looks at, containing the speedometer, fuel gauge, etc.