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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Transmission shift position indicator light.
First check the fuse. If that's the problem it's easier to fix.
If not you will have to remove the center console to get to the bulb. You will need a short phillip screwdriver. There always some hard to get to screws under the dash. Look around the edge of the plastic console for screws. If it has a cup holder, look inside it also. Make it a Saturday morning project. DO NOT touch any other electronics you see. The control actuator for the air bag may be there.
Make it a Saturday morning project. Test it before replacing the console cover.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
the llight assembly has to be removed there are 4 screws to get it out with, however some just unscrew counter clockwise to get the bulb out.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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