Question about 1998 Ford Taurus
I have at least a couple of bulbs that have burned out and want to replace them. Reaching up behind the cluster is impossible so I imagine I have to remove the cluster. How do I do this?
There should be some bolts upside down on the top of the instrument panel under the top of the dash. that may do it or removal of some of the trim around the panel will have to come out. then move the steering wheel to its lowest position (tilt). and some of the trim bezels will come out easier. and then the instument panel comes apart on the back side and the tiny bulbs can be replaced
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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