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Old 11-06-2014, 06:48 PM
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bulbs or not?

Went to change a few burnt out cluster bulbs and took a look at the passeger seat heat switch. Took it apart and found a tiny bulb in a kind of case on the circuit board. Didn't go any further for fear of wrecking the switch,so put it back together. Is that a replaceable bulb or do you have to buy the whole switch? My rear sliding window switch also doesn't light up either so thinking it is the same way.
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I can't believe nobody has taken the seat heat and heater control panel switches apart to see if there are replacement bulbs or not.
Sure wish I still had my old 98 12v. Never had to replace an interior or dash bulb in 16yrs. New and improved isn't all it's cracked up to be.
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