Question about 1996 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
I'ld like to replace some of the burned out dash lightbulbs on my '96 S10. A diagram of their location and access means would be a help.
Not easy, you have to remove bottom plastic from underneath the dash, there should be two or three you don't have to go to the passenger side, then the front contour snaps off bring your shifter arm al the way down to 1st gear and the steering colomn as well on that plastic contour you have the 4x4 switch to unplug, rear wiper switch, light switch, and rear hatch switch, wiggle the plastic out, now you should see the instrument cluster there should be two to 4 screws holding that in should be 7 mm screws, now careful, if you have the analog cluster you have the speedmeter cable in back to unclip, if digital odometer it's plugged in directly into the dash and there could be an additional plug on top of the cluster, if the cluster came out unclip the backing and you should see the back of the bulbs but careful some are twist off and many others are soudered on that board you aoto parts counter should have these lights in stock no sweat.... good luck
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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