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I would like some info on removing dash
You have to remove the trim around the cluster. Once removed you can unbolt the cluster pull it forward and replace the bulb.
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CHECK ENGINE BULB REPLACEMENT
You have to take all the facia off the dash - and then pull the dash cluster out. It is a long hard job for a light bulb. When you take the dash out don't forget to undo the speedometer wire and then the wire plugs on the left and right upper sides of the dash unit.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
hi i had d same problem with my gt4,i lightly wedged a piece of hard plastic between any gap n popped open the clips,be careful tho
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
AWD Light is caused by your Rear Wheel Hub(s) one or both are going bad. Dealer cost is $500.00 part at Auto Zone is $129.00. Not to difficult to replace if you are some what mechaniclly knowledgable
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
This is difficult give yourself a good 30 mins. I have only found one way. Bonnet up - You will need a slim torch and a stubby x headed strewdriver to remove the plastic screws that hold on the wheel arch cover. Turn wheel away to give you more room. Once this is out of the way you can see the back of the light cluster, A twist and the back cover comes off. Remove the electrical connector, locate the retaining clip (much of this is by feel) when you take out the bulb make sure you note the way it came out as the replacement must go in the same way. Do not touch the bulb glass with your fingers, use paper or gloves. By feel, re-fasten the clip then reconnect the electrics. Reposition cover and twist back on, Refasten wheel arch cover. Make sure the cover goes inside the lip of the wheel arch otherwise spray from the wheel may get in., good luck
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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