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Loose bulb in dash that illuminates the vent control. How do I dis-assemble the dash to get to the bulb?

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Pop out the frame that covers your stereo,(where the clock and hazzard switch are) remove your stereo and you should be able reach back there and replace it

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I finally replaced the Backlights, using a guide from a person at www.answerbag.com
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(i've got an 04 limited. i just soldered in new bulbs for the lighting controls panel (5 #272-1092) and the digital HVAC panel (1 #272-1092 and 5 #272-1154). steering wheel control bulbs are next. )

Just buying a cheap Used one may be the best, if you are not good with dis-assembly and soldering small electric bulbs
Depending on the style you can get a Used One from an online junkyard for 25-50 USD
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