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Replacing instrument panel lights


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PT Cruiser Dash Light Instrument Cluster Removal and Replacement

Jun 09, 2017 | 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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The istruments and speedometer all quit while driving down highway and the check engine soon and abs lghts appeared also the remote door locks failed as well.it contiues to run very well but have no...


Possibly a loose connector to the dash p/c board, if not loose, p/c board may have cracked. It sometimes can be repaired, but a junkyard replacement may be the easier way to go.

Feb 18, 2014 | 1999 Dodge Caravan

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Need to remove heater A/C dash control , what is proper procedure?


Look at fig. 4 for the heater a/c dash control: HEATER CORE Altima REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
  1. Position the steering wheel in the straight-ahead position.
  2. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
  3. Disconnect the negative (() battery cable; then, the positive (+) battery cable. NOTE: Wait for a least 3 minutes after disconnecting the battery cables for the charge in the air bag circuit to dissipate before working on the air bag module(s).
  4. Remove the driver's side SRS and steering wheel by removing or disconnecting the following:
    • Lower lid from the steering wheel and disconnect the driver's air bag module connector
    • Left and right side lids from the steering wheel
    • Special bolts from both side of the steering wheel using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50)
    • Air bag module and store it face up
    • Horn's electrical connector and remove the steering wheel nut
    • Steering wheel from the steering column using a suitable puller
  5. Remove the passenger's side SRS by removing or disconnecting the following:
    • Glove box door and the glove box
    • Front passenger's air bag module connector
    • 2 special bolts using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50)
    • 4 passenger's air bag-to-instrument panel nuts
    • Front passenger's air bag module and store it face up.
  6. Drain the cooling system into a clean container for reuse.
  7. Discharge and recover the air conditioning system refrigerant.
  8. Working in the engine compartment, disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core tubes.
  9. Remove the instrument panel by removing or disconnecting the following:
    • Kick plate and dash side finisher on the driver's side
    • 2 lower panel-to-instrument panel screws and the lower panel on the driver's side
    • 2 lower reinforcement panel-to-instrument panel screws and the lower reinforcement panel
    • 6 steering column cover screws, the covers, the spiral cable and combination switch
    • 2 cluster lid "A" screws and the cluster lid "A"
    • 3 combination meter screws, disconnect the electrical harness connector and remove the combination meter
    • Switch panel
    • Instrument panel lower covers
    • Snap out the transmission shifter finisher (boot)
    • 4 cluster lid "C" screws and the cluster lid "C"
    • 4 audio and deck pocket-to-instrument panel screws and the audio and deck pocket
    • 5 center console screws and the center console
    • 2 center instrument panel screws and the center panel
    • front defroster grilles
    • Front pillar garnish
    • Instrument panel 3 nuts/4 screws and the instrument panel
    • 8 instrument stay assembly nuts and the stay
    • Steering member assembly 5 nuts/1 bolt and the steering member
  10. Remove the air conditioning housing assembly by removing or disconnecting the following:
    • Refrigerant lines from the air conditioning housing assembly
    • Thermo control amp
    • Air conditioning housing assembly
  11. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Heater unit
    • Heater core from the heater unit Fig. 1: Exploded view of the steering wheel and air bag module 93112gd9.gif
      Fig. 2: Exploded view of the passenger's side air bag module 93112gd0.gif
      Fig. 3: Exploded view of the instrument panel assembly 93112ge1.gif
      Fig. 4: Exploded view of the heater housing assembly and related components 93112ge2.gif
      Fig. 5: View of the heater core and heater housing 93112ge3.gif
    To install:
  12. Install or connect the following:
    • Heater core to the heater unit
    • Heater unit
  13. Install the air conditioning housing assembly by installing or connecting the following:
    • Air conditioning housing assembly
    • Thermo control amp
    • Refrigerant lines to the air conditioning housing assembly
  14. Install the instrument panel by installing or connecting the following:
    • Steering member assembly and the steering member 5 nuts/1 bolt
    • Instrument stay assembly and the 8 stay nuts
    • Instrument panel and the instrument panel 3 nuts/4 screws
    • Front pillar garnish
    • Front defroster grilles
    • Center instrument panel and the 2 center panel screws
    • Center console and the 5 center console screws
    • Audio and deck pocket and the 4 audio and deck pocket-to-instrument panel screws
    • Cluster lid "C" and the 4 cluster lid "C" screws
    • Snap in the transmission shifter finisher (boot)
    • Instrument panel lower covers
    • Switch panel
    • Combination meter, connect the electrical harness connector and install the 3 combination meter screws
    • Cluster lid "A" and the 2 cluster lid "A" screw
    • Combination switch, the spiral cable, the covers and the 6 steering column cover screws
    • Lower reinforcement panel and the 2 lower reinforcement panel-to-instrument panel screws
    • Lower panel and the 2 lower panel-to-instrument panel screws, on the driver's side
    • Kick plate and dash side finisher, on the driver's side
  15. Working in the engine compartment, connect the heater hoses to the heater core tubes.
  16. Install the passenger's side SRS by installing or connecting the following:
    • Front passenger's air bag module
    • 4 passenger's air bag-to-instrument panel nuts
    • 2 new special bolts and torque using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50) to 11-18 ft. lbs. (15-25 Nm)
    • Front passenger's air bag module connector
    • Glove box door and the glove box
  17. Install the driver's side SRS and steering wheel by installing or connecting the following:
    • Steering wheel to the steering column
    • Steering wheel nut and torque the nut to 22-29 ft. lbs.
    • Horn's electrical connector
    • Air bag module
    • New special bolts to both sides of the steering wheel and torque the bolts using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50) to 11-18 ft. lbs. (15-25 Nm).
    • Both the left and right side lids to the steering wheel
    • Lower lid to the steering wheel and connect the driver's air bag module connector
  18. Refill the cooling system.
  19. Connect the positive (+) battery cable; then, the negative (() battery cable.
  20. Evacuate, charge and leak test the air conditioning system refrigerant.
  21. Operate the engine to normal operating temperatures; then, check the climate control operation and check for leaks.

Nov 19, 2010 | 2002 Nissan Sentra

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Replace dash light bulbs 1986 ford f150


Hello,

Step by step:

1. remove the piece that goes directly on top of the steering column.. this is held by clips, no screws

2. remove the one screw that holds the dash piece that goes BELOW the steering column.. this can now drop down by pulling it - the rest is clips.

3. remove the 3 screws that are visible that hold the dash piece that goes ABOVE the instrument panel. that piece is NOT ready to be pulled off yet!!

4. begin to carefully pull that dash piece that goes ABOVE the instrument panel out until you can access a spot where the headlight switch is coming out with the panel - there will be a plastic piece that you need to push in that acts like a clip - then the headlight switch can be removed and you will see the final screw that holds the panel in place - remove that screw.

5. once you have removed the above, you can access the 4 screws that hold the instrument panel in place - remove them.

6. carefully pull the instrument panel out. if you want to completely remove the instrument panel for easier access to the lights, you will need to first remove the transmission indicator ( P N D 2 1).. this can be achieved by looking along each side of it for the clips, pushing them in and sliding the piece down off the instrument panel.

7. pull the instrument panel outwards until you can access the wire harnesses.. push the clip in and pull them out (there are 3 harnesses for the instrument panel).

8. the instrument panel can now be completely removed and you will need to flip it over to see the back of the panel. the small white plastic pieces are all labeled on the pc board - ford even throws in some extra free bulbs if you dont have 4x4 (they install the bulbs the indicate your 4x4 status even if it will leave the factory without 4x4!).. the larger black ones are for the backlighting for the gauges - these must all be turned counter-clockwise to remove and clockwise to put back in.. they can be tough to get out and pliers can aid in turning them to remove.

9. follow the instructions in reverse to reassemble.

Best regards

Oct 28, 2010 | 1986 Ford F150 SuperCab

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Is there wiring for the interior lights under the hood on a 1995 Dodge Ram? The interior lights don't work and the fuse is okay. My son put in a new steering column and the dash lights are not working.


Not sure about the 95's, but on my 04 dodge ram the interior lights went out, and the dash lights, and I about pulled my hair out trying to figure it out. After a year of driving around in the dark I finally brought it to the dealership. It needs a whole new instrument panel. There is a module built into the instrument panel that controls the lights. When it goes bad you need to replac the whole damn thing. Heres the kicker, the mileage is also built into the instrument panel, so the dealer charges about a grand to get the part with the correct mileage and fix it. You can get one on ebay cheap, but its illegal to tamper with the mileage, which is also built into the trucks computer. Installing a new part will not sync the mileage. On the other hand, your is only a 95, you may be able to just replace the dimmer switch, I did that on a 94 hyndai excel and it worked. Hope this helps. If anything get a tough light and some duck tape.

Nov 15, 2009 | 1995 Dodge Ram

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Replacing heater core on 2000 durango


  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.CAUTION
    After disconnecting the negative battery cable, wait 2 minutes for the driver's/passenger's air bag system capacitor to discharge before attempting to do any work around the steering column or instrument

  2. Remove the instrument panel by performing the following procedure:
    1. Remove the trim from the right and left door sills.
    2. Remove the trim from the right and left cowl side inner panels.
    3. Remove the steering column opening cover from the instrument panel.
    4. Remove the 2 hood latch release handle-to-instrument panel lower reinforcement screws and lower the release handle to the floor.
    5. Disconnect the driver's side air bag module wire harness connector.
    6. If equipped, disconnect the overdrive lockout switch harness connector.
    7. Do not disassemble the steering column but remove the assembly from the vehicle.
    8. From under the driver's side of the instrument panel, disconnect or remove the following items:
      • The screw from the center of the headlight/dash-to-instrument panel bulkhead wire harness connector and disconnect the connector.
      • The 2 body wire harness connectors from the 2 instrument panel wire harness connector that secure the outboard side of the instrument panel bulkhead connector.
      • The 3 wire harness connectors from the 3 junction block connector receptacles located closest to the dash panel; 1 from the body wire harness and 2 from the headlight/dash wire harness.
      • The plastic park brake release linkage rod-to-rear parking brake release handle lever. Disengage the linkage rod from the handle lever.
      • The stoplight switch connector.
      • The vacuum harness connector from the left side of the heater/air conditioning housing assembly.
    9. Remove the instrument panel center support bracket.
    10. Remove the instrument panel wire harness ground screw located on the left side of the air bag control module (ACM) mount on the floor panel transmission tunnel.

Nov 08, 2009 | 2000 Dodge Durango

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Dash replacement


you will have to take off the top dash pad first. its not too hard just take your time. there are several small bots/screws for the dash pad, in the glove box, and pop off the side panels on the out side of the dash, the part that the door closes against. also pop off the defroster vent and if i remember right there are a couple in there to. the dash pad will need to be poped up and lifted out. then just look around the plastic molding you will see more bolts holding that down, just take your time and make sure you get them all. i missed one and broke a small bit off of mine, but ot still went back in fine. it is a little tricky getting it from around the instrument panel and the steering wheel. but like i said its not hard just take your time.

Apr 22, 2009 | 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier Coupe

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Odometer back lighting is out.


You can probably find a picture tutorial by looking at forums dedicated for your car. Also try asking around car audio forums as they are constantly pulling dash boards and working with the associated wiring and such. As for doing yourself, there are some makeshift tools you will need. A small "stubby" flat head screw driver and a cat's paw will come in handy for removing the dash trim. Dash trim uses metal and plastic clips to secure it at various points around the cluster and air vents. Simply slide the cats paw behind a crack in the dash and gently pry around the entire assembly starting at the heavier guage plastic and ending with the thinner and or smaller sections. There will be a couple fasteners under the dash-above the gas and brake-that will use phllips head and i believe 5/16th and 1/4 drive bolts. Once the dashboard trim is removed, rest it on the steering column and make note of where the push pull fasteners are and if they need to be replaced for a snug re-installation. (Pepboys' Help! isle carries these by the bag full) The instrument cluster will have a mylar or similar plastic shielding which is secured by a couple fasteners and easily removed so that you can reach into the area behind and find the culprit bulb(s). I do not know what car you intend on working on and there may be variations to this teqnique if fiber optic lighting is used.

Apr 09, 2009 | 2000 Saturn SL

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Burned out gauge lights in dash,2000 Doge Intrepid


Actually it is pretty easy. Take the plastic off from around the base of the steering column...couple of screws. Take the plastic trim off from around the radio. Pop one edge off and then the rest you work off....it pops back in place. Next, tilt your steering wheel as far down as possible.

Remove the plastic around the the whole area in front of the dash...it really isn't much, just sounds like it. To do so, remove the fuse panel on the driver's side of the dash. Remove that screw there. That plastic "hood" that covers the gauges, trim piece, it pops right out also. Once that is removed, unscrew the instrument cluster....the screws on the WHITE tabs.

Carefully remove the instrument cluster and unplug the harness in the back....

Pretty much it!

You will laugh when you see how easy it really is once you start to put it back in. Very simple. If you have to do it again, you should be able to do it in like 10 minutes or less......and think of what the dealership would have charged you!!!!!!

Mar 15, 2009 | 2000 Dodge Intrepid

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Padded Dashboard


I think your manual can help you in this matter .


I am not car expert but whenever i have problem in my car i used to go by manual for assembly and disassembly purpose .


If i have problem then i will go with experts .

Sep 18, 2008 | 2000 Daewoo Leganza

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