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I haven't looked in the owners manual yet as to how to get at and change a burnt out dash light that illuminates the speedometer. Any info on how to get at this thing?
 

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Dash console off first and then the clocks themselves. Bulbs are easily got at with the clocks out as they just plug into the back. Should tak no more than an hour.
 

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Thanks for the info. Now as soon as I see the screws or what ever that remove the console I will attack this problem.
 

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Kerney, Off with the ignition surrond trim, then pull back the mirror rubbers and remove thr mirrors. The dash area comes off next (peel back the windshield adjuster tin-plates instead of removing them) and remove the dash. Then you will see the 4 screws holding down the clocks, plain sailing after that but better to replace all the bulbs there and you won't have to do it all again later on.
 
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