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How do I replace the light bulb for the center console shifter on a 2002 honda civic?

The light is burned out in my center console for the gear shift. How do I replace it?

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Detach the clips (A, B) by pulling the center console box (C) up, and removing it from the center console (D).


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  1. Remove the screws (A, B) and clips (C), and remove the center console (D).

  2. Install the console in the reverse order of removal, and note these items


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Posted on Dec 17, 2010

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Carefully remove the gearshift trim with a tool (screwdriver covered with tape to prevent scratching). With the trim removed (first picture) you can now see the wires to the light bulb socket. To access the socket, lift up the top of the console by inserting the screwdriver and prying. Pry at the four tabs. Note the back of the console top can be left in place. Here's the link with pictures for better understanding.
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I don't have the answer for you but you can search the web for information about adjusting the parking brake as that also requires removing the center console. I'm under the impression that interior trim removal type tools may be helpful so as to not ding things up.

Posted on Feb 05, 2011

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Carefully remove the gearshift trim with a tool (screwdriver covered with tape to prevent scratching). With the trim removed (first picture) you can now see the wires to the light bulb socket. To access the socket, lift up the top of the console by inserting the screwdriver and prying. Pry at the four tabs. Note the back of the console top can be left in place. Here's the link with pictures for better understanding.
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Detach the clips (A, B) by pulling the center console box (C) up, and removing it from the center console (D).


k42282_21.jpg

  1. Remove the screws (A, B) and clips (C), and remove the center console (D).

  2. Install the console in the reverse order of removal, and note these items


k42282_22.jpg

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I don't have the answer for you but you can search the web for information about adjusting the parking brake as that also requires removing the center console. I'm under the impression that interior trim removal type tools may be helpful so as to not ding things up.

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