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Replace dashboard light on 2003 buick century

Remove dashboard panel /replace the light that lights the inside of dash

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This isn't something I would recommend unless you have extensive mechanical experience as you'll have to carefully disconnect plugs on the back side of the instrument panel... plus isn't that a digital dash ???

Posted on Nov 09, 2014

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How do I replace the dashboard light on 2003 buick century


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The instrument cluster in the 2000 Buick Century features an analog odometer that is back-lit, making it possible to see during night driving. Over time this light has a tendency to burn out, which can make for unsafe night driving as the driver will not be able to see all of the information usually at his disposal while driving. Replacing this light takes some time and requires you to be careful when disconnecting the wiring harnesses.
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  2. 2 Unscrew the screw on the far right side of the dash panel and then remove the panel.
  3. 3 Remove the two screws underneath the temperature controls and then pry off the plastic trimming.
  4. 4 Unscrew the one screw on the dash panel underneath the steering wheel.
  5. 5 Disconnect the wiring harness from behind the interior panel and then pry off this entire panel.
  6. 6 Unscrew the four screws around the instrument panel.
  7. 7 Pull out the instrument panel and disconnect the wiring harness on the back of it.
  8. 8 Twist the back of the bulb counterclockwise and then pull it out.
  9. 9 Unscrew the old lightbulb and then screw in the new one.
  10. 10 Reverse the steps to reassemble your dashboard.

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I have a dash light out at the transmission selecter on the dashboard and one out in the heater selecter cluster. How do I replace them? The car is a 2001 Buick Century.


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How do i replaced the dashboard light for the shift selector in a 2001 Buick Century ?


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The light behind my odometer in my 2003 buick century has gone out. I replaced the cluster fuse 10A but this did not correct the problem. Am I changing the right fuse?


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