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1999 Corolla has most Instrument lights burned out. Neither NAPA nor Autozone list replacement bulbs for this car. How do I get to the lights to see what is there (preferably without setting off the airbag :-) ). Are these accessible by just removing the plastic panel around the instrument cluster? Thanks!

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Most likely yes. most dash components just snap togethernow. be gentle. call the dealer for the bulbs. unlikely they are all burned out. If none work look for a bad fuse and check the head light switch.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

  • robert_grove Sep 30, 2010

    appreciate the response but answer was generic and not specific to car. Plastic panel around instrument cluster is retained with two screws and two pop-out clips, but it doesn't look deep enough to expose the lights. Some lights work, so it is not fuse, switch, or dimming circuit. The lights that do work dim normally with the rheostat-dimmer.

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