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Need to replace the light bulb on dashboard

Just specifically the heater panel bulb needs to be replaced.

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Part #L0000074 is for the climate control panel. These cost a mere 90 cents each at the dealer. Be careful to call ahead and ask if they have any before having them order them cause they have to buy them in a 10 pack and they don't want to buy 10 and only sell 1 while they hold onto 9 in their inventory. I know this cause I sell parts at a Chrysler dealer. Hope this will help you my friend.

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My dashboard light isn't working but my turn signal light, emergency break light and all other warning lights work, just not the backlight so I can see the speed i am travelling in the dark. 1989...


The lights in your Instrument Panel are not working at all? Or, do you have SOME lights on, such as the one in the heater control panel, or behind the gas/heater guages?

All of the interior Instrument Panel (dash) lights are on the same circuit (switch) so if some of them are on, you have to replace some bulbs in the Instrument Cluster. If ALL of them are out, you need to replace the Light Switch. (Unless, of course, ALL the bulbs are burnt out!) You could test the switch with a volt meter, to determine whether it is the switch, or just the bulbs.

You will have to take apart your dashboard to some extent in either case. If it is the switch, only remove as much as neccessary to obtain access to the switch. If you are going to replace the bulbs, then it is more involved. You will need the proper Driver(s) A philips head, or a torx, whichever it is. Maybe even a 1/4 inch socket set. (Metric) There are a variety of screws and bolts that hold the Instrument Cluster in place. On some models, it is neccessary to 'drop' the steering column. There are two bolts that hold the column up to the dashboard, and once you remove these, the column just kind of sags down some. One thing you must be careful of is the Speedometer Cable. This is connected directly to rear of the cluster. There is a push bar on it, that you depress, then the cable will slide off. There are also a couple of wire plugs that are attatched to the back, so you won't be able to pull the cluster out more than a few inches till you unplug these things.
Once you have the cluster off, the little black round bulb sockets just turn a quarter turn, and pull out of the circuit board. They use a small bulb with no base, it is just glass, with two wire ends sticking out, like Christmas bulbs. Just pull the old one out of the base, and push a new one back in, then replace the base into the cluster.
When putting the cluster back in, be sure that the speedometer cable is pushed back on all the way, or your speedo won't work.

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  • 2 Pull the trim piece off the dash.
  • 3 Remove the four screws that hold the instrument panel in the dashboard using a cross point screwdriver.
  • 4 Slide the dashboard instrument panel forward and disconnect the electrical connector from the back of the dashboard.
  • 5 Turn the instrument panel over.
  • 6 Turn the base of the dashboard light bulb counterclockwise to unlock it from the instrument panel and pull it out of the panel to remove it.
  • 7 Insert a new light bulb into the back of the panel, and turn the bulb clockwise to lock it into the panel.
  • 8 Plug the electrical connector back into the instrument panel and slide the panel back into the dashboard.
  • 9 Secure the panel with the factory mounting screws and replace the trim and trim-mounting screws using a screwdriver.
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    Heater light bulb, and all other bulbs for the air conditioning buttons, are on the same mini panel, and attached to the back of the radio front fascia. To dismount this fascia, you need 1) To pry out (no screws) the clock 2) Unscrew the one screw that holds the top of the fascia (screw is hidden behind clock) 3) Unscrew the two screws at the bottom of the fascia 4) Disconnect all connectors from the back of the fascia 5) Look for the burnt minibulb.
    You could replace the bulb without disconnecting, but the cables are short, and the possibilities of marring your dashboard are high.

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