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Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by Digger196, September 15, 2002.

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  1. Digger196

    Digger196 Well-Known Member

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    the switch for the head lights bulb what lights up the switch is not coming on. i don't know if i blew the light/bulb or what.

    anyone know what fuse it is?
     
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  3. Texan01

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    it's a bulb, they go out often, I replaced mine once already in 6 months and it's gone out again, so I say "Heck with it"

    It's also kind of a pain in the neck to get to, you gotta pull the center dash trim (the black) the lower IP trim and metal plate, and the trim around the instrument cluster (not just the black plastic, everything from the side of the dash to the center) to replace a $5 bulb that may or may not last more than 3 months. Takes about an hour to change it if you aren't very fast.

    the part number is around here somewhere, do a search for headlight switch bulb.
     
  4. Digger196

    Digger196 Well-Known Member

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    alright thanks. i was hoping it be easy. oh well

    i already know where the switch is so ther no need for that.
     
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    Do a search for Indiglo Install Process and I think it's also in the Tips forum. It will show you exactly how to get to the switch. It's not hard, but it is a little time-consuming.
     
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    alrighty
     
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    If you want, here is the part number for it: F57Z-13B765-AC. At least that is the number for my '95. I would imagine it could be the same for newer years as well. But it should be the same for you since yours is a '95.
     






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