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I need to change bulbs in the instrument panel

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Remove the 2 upper screws in the finsh panel and pull out at the bottom to release the 2 lower spring clips.

Remove cluster and replace bulbs from the rear by twisting the socket 1/4 turn.

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  • gerry bissi May 02, 2010

    SOme steps are duplicative. I believe bulb is #194. Rotate bulb holder 1/4 turn counter clockwise & pull out holder. Pull bulb out.



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    Section 13-01B: Instrument Cluster — Conventional

    1996 Villager Workshop Manual
    REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION


    Instrument Panel Finish Panel

    Removal



    1. Disconnect the battery ground cable (14301).



    1. Block the wheels (1007) to prevent the vehicle from moving.



    1. Turn the ignition switch (11572) to the OFF position.



    1. Shift the transmission range (TR) selector to MANUAL LOW (1).



    1. Tilt the steering wheel (3600) to the lowest position, if equipped with a tilt wheel.



    1. Remove the two instrument panel finish panel screws.



    1. Remove the instrument panel finish panel (044D70) enough to access the switch electrical connectors.



    1. Disconnect the rear windshield wiper/washer switch electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the heated back window and light switch electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the emergency warning switch electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the SECURITY indicator light electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the speed control on/off (CRUISE CONT. ON/OFF) switch electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the headlamp switch electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the autolamp/light switch rheostat resistor electrical connector.



    1. Remove the instrument panel finish panel with the switches attached

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    Instrument Cluster



    Removal



    1. Disconnect the battery ground cable (14301).



    1. Block the wheels (1007) to prevent the vehicle from moving.



    1. Turn the ignition switch (11572) to the OFF position.



    1. Shift the transmission range (TR) selector to MANUAL LOW (1).



    1. Tilt the steering wheel (3600) to the lowest position, if equipped with a tilt wheel.



    1. Remove the two instrument panel finish panel screws.



    1. Remove the instrument panel finish panel (044D70) enough to access the switch electrical connectors.



    1. Disconnect the rear windshield wiper/washer switch electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the heated back window and light switch electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the emergency warning switch electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the SECURITY indicator light electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the speed control on/off (CRUISE CONT. ON/OFF) switch electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the headlamp switch electrical connector.



    1. Disconnect the autolamp/light switch rheostat resistor electrical connector.



    1. Remove the instrument panel finish panel with the switches attached.



    1. Remove the four instrument cluster screws.

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