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BULB OUT ON HEATER CONTROL SWITCH

HOW DO YOU GET TO THIS BULB?

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  • howard_abram Nov 24, 2008

    thank you for your help

  • UTcorolla06 Jan 18, 2009

    That's a pretty general statement. How do I do that without destroying the interior of my car?

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You must pull the heater control out of the dash to change the bulb.

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