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Half the dash lights are out on my mazda b2500

I have tried to remove the dashboard on my 1998 mazda b2500 pickup. The lights on the right side of my instrument panel are out. I checked all the fuses and they are fine. I can't get to the instrument panel to change the bulbs. Does anyone know how to do this?

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There are several small screws to remove. It doesn't take long once you've done it and know where they are located. First you must remove the center console--there are two screws (i think 7mm or 8mm) underneath the middle part kind of hidden from view on the center console. Then remove the lower plastic panel under the steering wheel. Then a metal panel must be at least loosened enough to reach the lower screws on the dash panel you're trying to get at. Then there are three more screws along the top ledge that must be removed. Then you can get to the bulbs. I think there are 5 in there, and two in the center console. It sounds difficult and time consuming, but it only took me like 15 minutes start to finish

Posted on Sep 07, 2010

  • lanechaffin6 Sep 07, 2010

    i might add this is for a 1999 b2500, so i'm not entirely sure it'll be the same

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