Question about 2004 Buick LeSabre
I had the same problem. Dealer said it would be $632 for the PART!! Nice, considering it SHOULD be about a $25 repair (GM design flaw)!! I found bulbs at RadioShack (part #272-1154) that work well and soldered them in myself. You just need to take the trim panel off that's in front of the HVAC unit (it snaps out, BUT there are two screws you need to take out in the glove box first). Then the HVAC unit just pulls out with 4 finger clips in front. The trick is getting a 3/16" nut driver to take out the 4 screws to remove the face from theHVAC unit (I found a nut driver socket in a kit at ACE Hardware). I unplugged the circuit board from the main body before soldering. It's only been about a week, but things are working fine.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
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Depending on which lights you mean, most of them are non serviceable as far as i know, and you need to replace the inner panel.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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