The plastic bracket that holds it on is the harderst part cause it i … s clipped on other lines just use a long screwdriver and pry it off. Then the battery must be recharged. On behalf of all of us, a big thanks for the repair instructions. Repeat this procedure until you succeed. Note how two prongs of this go under the instrument cluster for later re-installation. Note 2: It is easier, and you are less likely to break the trim plate, if this is done while the dash is warm and therfore more flexible.
When I roll the light button up the dome light comes on, but no dash lights. My recommendation since the repair shop technicians will have the necessary tools and access to the bulbs and. Turn off the ignition if you haven't done so already. After traveling 400+ miles the lights will cycle to normal, not on, for leess than 150 miles. Like parked in the sun for a while before starting.
With the park light switch on and the panel dimmer switch in the bright position there should be power at this fuse. These lights are sometimes referred to as panel lights. You will need to carefully bow down the inner edge so that it will clear the dash carrier. Set the instrument cluster in place. When replacing instrument panel cluster assembly, federal law requires that the odometer reading of the replacement unit be set to register the same mileage as the prior odometer. However you will also require a electric pencil type soldering gun a solder sucker a syringe type of thing that sucks up melted solder , and some patience Here's what you do: Remove the cluster from the vehicle, carefully and keeping all parts in order disassemble the cluster, once you have taken the cluster apart and gotten down to the printed circuit board, you will see small bulbs soldered directly to the circuit board, those are the cluster lights and where the unsoldering of the old bulbs and replacement with new bulbs will be done.
Instrument Panel Lamp Procedure per Prizm Shop Manual. It is really baffling me. To do this, turn on the left turn signal, tilt the steering wheel down, insert key in ignition, and shift out of park. Don't worry so much about 3,000 miles, the Silverado will calculate when to change your oil next based on miles and driving conditions. Lower the wheel to the lowest possible 4. After 12 hurs or more the battery is drawn down and will not start. I would strongly recommend subscribing to one or both of the following data companies for further assistance.
The only easy way to do this is while you are sitting in the drivers seat. Although having an abundance of information does not guarantee an easy repair, the lack of adequate information will guarantee a failed repair! The next step in testing would be to remove the headlight switch. A module sends a indicator illumination request message, via the class 2 serial data line. You can change it yourself in a few minutes. The instrument cluster continuously processes class 2 serial data in order to determine the correct values and states to display. I have no dash lights but everything else works.
Just take the bracket off and lossed the lines. . We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. This turns a few degrees to release the bulb. You may need to adjust the steering wheel tilt and shift it out of park again to get all the pieces in.
Now if you want to reset your oil light, turn the ignition to the on position, pump your gas three times, all the way to the floor. Gently remove the instrument panel cluster trim plate from the instrument panel assembly. If you have an after market trailer plug on there, you might want to check that out too. Keep posting and good luck. Lately I have not gotten it to work, but in the past I would turn engin off, press the brake to the floor, and press the gas petal down to the floor 3 times.
This will give you just enough room to pull this plastic piece out, and towards you left. Could be a problem in the communication bus. Remove the three screws which secure the instrument panel assembly, pull out the assembly carefully. Posted on Jun 09, 2009 You must have a bare wire at the back of your truck that's shorting out where gravel stones have pounded the outside coating off. Basic electrical testing needs to be performed. Now almost a year later the backlights went out again. There are 1 on each side next to the hood puller.
I tried it and sure enough everything is back on line. Ground for the courtesy lamps goes through the courtesy lamp relay. Lol I hope he figured it out by then. Voltmeter to see if you have voltage at the end of fuses and wires and switch and lights. Light should flash and then go out.
Check the 6th one in the row, good chance this one is bad If the above do not fix the problem, remove the ba … ttery cables then touch them together, wait for two minutes then re-connect the cables. And the back lights to the Tachometer, Speedometer, gas, oil, battery, and Temp Gauges do not work, as well as the back light to my climate Control. Ne … xt check fuse to see if it is burned looking, replace and try again if snaps or burns out right away you have a short you'll to look around to see if wires are touching together or to ground repair as necessary and hope it solves problem. If you got hard time removing the cover, use flat screwdriver to pry it use cloth to cover the tip to avoid scratch Good luck Bonaldi bonaldi kresnanto. The same wire with a new switch installed and the switch positioned about half way. The likelyhood of all bulbs behihd the dash dying at once is possible, but slim.