Question about 1997 Toyota Corolla
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's most likely the 12v 1.7w bulb located underneath the "prnd21" To get there: remove the the console piece just surrounding the black shift area piece- there are six tabs to undo, using a thin screwdriver(a piece of tape may help to not scratch the area) carefully pry and lift out that piece. Now, you'll see 4 clips(2 on left, 2 on right) on the black plastic shift piece, carefully unsnap these and lift up this piece. The bulb slides in and out, it DOES NOT twist. I used a needle nose pliers and a piece of one of those "jar openers" you get from real estate people(advertising..) There's not much room to get in there and get a grip on the bulb, but you can do it.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
OK, I just did the job-Replaced the burnt out light bulb in the center console for the shift indicator on a 95 Corolla. Took about two hours of which 11/2 hrs was wasted time. Once you pry off the cover, which is best done with a screw driver front the front as the back is the semi-spring loaded clasps, you will see the shift indicator box. Look around the edges, just below the top and you will see four tabs. If you push or manipulate the tabs to release the lid you will find the bulb in the indentation on the drivers side. The bulb is in that indentation. It is a pull out push in type bulb (148?). Pull it out; put a new on in and put the parts back together. You may want to test before closing the box but remember the light only comes on when you have you headlights on-Must be in the dashlight system. Took me less than ten minutes to put all the parts back together including the ones throughout the console cover which did not need to come out in the first place.
Posted on Feb 18, 2012
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