remove the 2 Philips screw holding the black bezel in place (in top of it), remove the bezel, remove the 3 Philips screw holding the cluster in place, take the cluster aka the thing with all the gauges in it . get the cluster out, you will see three green light sockets that are screwed into the back of the cluster, they are holding 194 type bulb, remove them, and replace the bulbs. might as well replace all 3 of them. make sure to reinstall the little plastic cover over the new bulbs. put cluster back in place, screw 3 philipps, reinstall bezel, reinstall the 2 screws.
Have you checked engine mountings!
...I have the exact same problem with my 1993 corolla.......Brake System warning light and discharge warning light
how do you prevent or cure a shorting problem with the dashboard clocks
on my car it was the front oxygen sensor. take the car to auto zone and they can put a computer tester on it and tell you what the problem is. they test it for free...
Renault Clio 2 electric problem with dashboard, THE LIGHT ON THE DASH IS NOT ILLUMINATING
Delete your minecraft.jar. This is usually the problem.
The procedure for finding the problem depends on what the problem is that you failed to list.
I think that was the same problem as I had. If your Corolla is under 120K this problem will be covered. Just take it to your closest Toyota dealer and they should replace the ECU for you at no charge.
i had the same problem with mine and all it was is that i dident get the plug all the way in. The bad thing is you have to take the dash off again
The Led TV blacking out lately because of the HDCP issue. Usually resetting or refreshing the system will fix this problem because update is required for cable sat box.
i had the same problem recently, and i came to this website and found out that there is a fuse panel box underneath the drivers side where fuses are located and used a 7.5 amp fuse and it did the trick for me.
If the dashboard and parking light problem is not being caused by a bad fuse, it may be a wiring problem cause by a broken or loose wire. Another possibility is that the bulbs need to be replaced.
Without knowing what you've tried already, I would start with checking the condition of the fuse that controls the dash lights. It may protect more than just dash lights so refer to owners manual, it may or may not tell what the specifications are. If that's OK, then there may be a problem in the light switch or a relay connected to it for the the problem.
Please explain in detail what the brake problem is. This will help us help you.
No, this is not normal. You have a problem.
You would go to a mechanic and ask what the problem is.
It is most likely a problem with the alternator. Take the vehicle to an auto parts store such as Auto Zone and ask them to check the charging system.
The common problem for Nissan Murano TI is the bubbling up of the dashboard.
This is the check tire pressure light. you either have a low tire or bad sensors. Toyota sensors have a problem where if the tires are under 35psi the light eventually comes on, even if their recommended pressure is 30. The spares on the suvs may also have a sensor.
This is a problem with the soldering in some chips in the back of clock. There is a video in YouTube adreesing this problem. Search for the words clock + corolla. The first link should be it. Don't want to post link here, they might delete post.
Most automobiles do not have a transmission light or icon on the dashboard of the car. When a problem with the transmission occurs, and icon of the engine will appear.
It means there is a problem with your transmission.
I got this code on my corolla 99 the person who verify my car said it's a problem with the gaz valve sensor
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