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Old 13 Apr 2008, 07:53 pm
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i read on this site that the cluster HAS to come out to replace the bulbs in the back, can anybody try to give me a quick lesson on how to remove it so i can change these freakin' lights thanks all
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bump. one of mine is out and I was hoping someone had a short how-to.
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chips61, not sure what you mean by the term "cluster lights". If you are refering to the High Center Mounted Brake Light, you can remove the cover by gripping near one end and pulling straight down (with the hatch cover open) there are 5 clips that hold the cover on. Just keep pulling until the whole piece comes loose. Good Luck!!
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That's what I was thinking, but they are talking about the instrument lights I believe.
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Instrument Cluster LAmps - Update . . . This should do it.
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chips61, not sure what you mean by the term "cluster lights". If you are refering to the High Center Mounted Brake Light, you can remove the cover by gripping near one end and pulling straight down (with the hatch cover open) there are 5 clips that hold the cover on. Just keep pulling until the whole piece comes loose. Good Luck!!

No pun intended but I'm not sure myself what you are thinking about. Center brake light?!


It seems clear to me that chips61 wants to change a dead light behind the instrument cluster.







I can't talk for the 2006+ models, but here are the instructions for the 2005- cluster.



Edit: Too big for attachment option. Click on the following links instead

Cluster Removal
Cluster Lamps

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attachments are not working. please check the file, i could really use them.


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Old 17 Sep 2008, 09:39 pm
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attachments are not working. please check the file, i could really use them.


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instrument lights he is talking about
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