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2004 Dodge Ram Pick up. The instrument lights for the fan controls -heating cooling are real dim. What does it to take to change these lamps out? Pulled the control knobs off but not sure what to do next.

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    rgrogan1 Mar 04, 2009

    I have the same problem and still searching the internet for a solution. If I find anything I'll reply to your posting.

    RG


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    rgrogan1 Mar 04, 2009

    I too, have the same problem. I'm still searching the internet and will let you know if I find anything

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The controls for fan speed, temp and air flow are contained in a self-contained control module attached to the center dash. To get to the lights, you have to remove the center dash unit (refer to the 1st diagram for removal).2004 Dodge Ram Pick up. The instrument lights for - b5f7dfa.jpg Once the center dash is removed, turn it over and you will see three bulbs (you will actually see the base of the bulbs--refer to the 2nd attachment for illustration). d6d29c8.jpg
Simply remove the bulbs with a narrow blade, flat screwdriver. The Mopar Part Number for the bulbs is: 50138115AA. I paid about $2.25 for each bulb. Let me know if you need more info.

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Posted on Mar 05, 2009

  • john carlisle Jan 23, 2011

    i can't find that bulb anywhere. can anyone tell me where to get it. thanks

  • john carlisle Jan 28, 2011

    order from dodge dealership today. the part no. for this bulb is 05013815AA and call heater and A/C control bulb. i paid about $3 apeice for the bulbs. hopes this helps

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That part # doesnt bring up anything online. I need two of these lights and I am going nuts trying to track them down. Please if you have a link to them or a number I can call let me know! This is the picture I could even find online of them. Thank you!!


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