Question about 1999 Chevrolet Lumina
I just took the cluster apart on a 2002 gmc savana thinking the same thing replace the bulb due to code p0650. NOT! first off the bulbs for abs, service engine, check engine,security, 5 bulbs all together are all soldered on main board. the bulbs were all good. they do have mini transistors as well so maybe the problem lies within. i am not an electronic genius so if your in the same situation i can tell you right off, only the guage lamps, signall lamps,etc. can be replaced.
Posted on Feb 22, 2013
Code 650 is for a problem with the check engine light circuit.
It could be something in the computer, but chances are the bulb in the cluster is out. You may have to remove the cluster to replace the bulb.
Posted on Jan 22, 2013
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The error code P0650 is a malfunction indicator lamp circuit, malfunction conditions. The possible causes are the MIL control circuit is open, or shorted ground to the system. It is possible that the PCM has failed, and it can either be flashed, or replaced. Remember to use genuine Delco products for optimal service.
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