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Old 08-09-2012, 05:43 PM   #1
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Alright so I drive an auto which sucks, but the light bulb under the gear shifter burned out and I have no idea how to replace it. Does anyone have a DIY for it and know what size light bulb is used? Thanks
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you have to take out the whole center part starting with the arm rest and all that then work forward, its not hard at all just sucks to work on. Not sure of the bulb but once you take it out you will know lol
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i was working on my civic last sat to replace the bulb in climate control.. i have to take all the center console to get an access.. to much work but it all worked out though! i was short 1 bulb for the hazard though. but thats to access!
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