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The lights on the console (radio and climate control) of my 2009 corolla fade off and on and do not work on the gear shift

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SOURCE: 2006 Subaru Outback radio & climate control display not working

The faceplate for the radio HVAC is broken. Check your local Subaru dealer for replacement

Posted on Jun 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Corolla: How do I replace the bulb under the gear shift console?

It's most likely the 12v 1.7w bulb located underneath the "prnd21" To get there: remove the the console piece just surrounding the black shift area piece- there are six tabs to undo, using a thin screwdriver(a piece of tape may help to not scratch the area) carefully pry and lift out that piece. Now, you'll see 4 clips(2 on left, 2 on right) on the black plastic shift piece, carefully unsnap these and lift up this piece. The bulb slides in and out, it DOES NOT twist. I used a needle nose pliers and a piece of one of those "jar openers" you get from real estate people(advertising..) There's not much room to get in there and get a grip on the bulb, but you can do it.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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SOURCE: REPLACEABLE? dash, radio, climate control dash lights, 96 C-1500

yes they are they take the miniture bulbs to replace them you must remove the four screws holding them on from the back side 5/16ths to get them off then slide out and allow to drop down follow wires and twist sockets out to remoce aocket and replace bulbs, ther are 4 bulbs in the dash console for ac and heat.

Posted on Apr 11, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Interior lights on climate clontrol knobs don't work

I have this same problem, have you found a way to fix it?

Posted on Jun 19, 2010

swainfx

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SOURCE: 2006 Tribeca radio will not

The culprit fuse was under the hood - 20 amp fuse called "backup". Discovered nice cache of spare fuses and fuse puller tool in the under the hood fuse box.

Posted on Sep 11, 2011

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