Question about 2000 Dodge Intrepid
All but one gauge light is burned out is it hard to take dash board apart? How do you go about it. I have the replacment bulbs To All Non-Mechanics: I am a female with no auto training. I was quoted $150 for labor and $3 per light bulb. With this economy I am on a fixed budget and I couldn't afford the expense. But, my lights on the dashboard were burning out, one after the other. It was getting difficult for me to drive at night. I followed the steps by "c17hydro" to remove the instrument cluster in my 2000 Dodge Intrepid. Thanks to his instructions, I was able to replace my own bulbs in my dashboard with no problems at all. I spent about $20 for the light bulbs and I finished the job in less than an hour. I just wanted to write and say thank you very much for your help.
From one female to another...taking the dash off is a big job. you have to pry off the entire frame first to get to where you want to go. Once you have everything off, the lights are easy. Just remember to place everything in order as you took it off, makes things easier to put back together.
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