Question about 2002 Toyota Sienna
The problem is a blown bulb, you will need to remove the cluster and replace the bulb. you will need to remove the cover around the cluster and then you will see the four screws holding the cluster. remove thoughs screws and pull cluster out slowly. the cluster will need to be pulled out enough to get to wiring that plugs into the rear of it. unhook the connector from the rear. with the cluster out you will see the bulbs on the rear, locate area of the bulb, remove the bulb and to make sure its the correct bulb shine a light through the hole of the bulb you removed and look at the front of it to see if thats the engine light. good day.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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