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tHE INSTRUMENT PANEL HAS NO SERVICEABLE BULBS. THE CLUSTER HAS TO BE SENT IN FOR SEVICE AS ALL THE BLUBS ARE'NT REMOVEABLE. yOUR DEALER CAN SEND IT IN FOR SERVICE AND IT COMES BACK IN ABOUT A WEEK ABOUT $175.
To replace the blubs you have to take out the insterment cluster. This is done by romoving the light switch trim plate and disconnect the wirering harness. The remove the A/C heater control panel. Remove the plastic trim from around the insterment cluster. The unbolt and remove the insterment cluster and uplug the wires and the speedometer cable. This speedometer cables can be a pain in the **** but depress the spring clip and pull. The bulbs are accessed from the back of the cluster. Bulbs in this cluster don't burn out very often and if none of the bulbs don't work it probley isn't the bulbs. In this cause make sure the dimmer switch is turned up if it is play with the switch see if the dash light flicker. Oh also in the mauals they always tell you to disconnect battery when pulling electrial apart.
First ensure that power is getting to the bulb connection behind the
headlight. You can use a 12v test light to do this or use a known good
bulb. If no power to the bulb connector, check the fuse panel on the
lower left of the dash and look for the fuse for the headlight lamps
and replace if necessary.
open the trunk and remove the back panel in the trunk could be a couple of clips or a few screws holding the panel on one you remove the panel you should have easy access to the bulb just twist and remove. or on some avalons you need to pry the lens off the light to replace it then the lens will click back into place with a little push
If you have an all digital dash, then no, there is no light bulb to replace. It is a digital device, such as that of a calculator. While I am not familiar with these types of dashes, there may be some type of element in there that merely needs replaced. My Odemeter (milieage indicator) is lighted as such as well. I haven't had any issues with it as of yet, but I imagine there may be something to replace, rather than the whole part. I would call the manufacturer, or the dealer to research this more.
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you have to remove the dash board and replace bulbs that are busted. replacing the bulb is no problem . the problem is taking the dash off. need to remove the dash cover first before you can remove the actual dash.
another thing to consider is the speedometer cable which is attached at the center of the gauge.
You will need to include more information. !. Are you referring to the turn blub in the dash or the bluds mounted in the body of the car. If in the body of the car, you need to indicate whether it is front or rear.?
If the rear, open the trunk, and in the corner nearest the tail light you will see a cloth like material that can be pulled back, which will uncover the tail light assembly. From there you can remove the blub and holder by turning it to the left or right, pull it out and remove the blub.
after disassembly of dash and unit is away from dahboard enough to see. you will see fiber optic wires that go into one cluster. the could be white or black. it has one light bulb in that cluster it will twist out for replacement.