You will likely need to remove any to all dash panels to work on any parts in the front of the truck, and you will need to remove some panels first to remove others. Behind that are two screws an 8mm socket will work on them. Wouldn't it be super if I could just take it apart once? So, putting a blue bulb behind a green gauge face would put out some kind of yellowish color, right? This services requires that you send us your cluster for repair. Posted on Mar 25, 2009. Here is a photo of it partially removed: 3.
We are not responsible for any modifications you may make to your vehicle, nor the results you may have. Twist the bulb socket counterclockwise and carefully pull to remove it from the lamp assembly. I got this aluminum gauge overlay from SpeedHut. There are seven screws that need to come out: three at the top of the cluster, one hiding behind the headlight switch, and 3 that are now exposed that were behind the steering column panel. I'm glad this thread is here because I just noticed the dash lights on my '98 are all dying too. So I went out and started looking at it closer. The overlay I received had an odometer reset button hole that was just a tad bit too small.
Those just pop out, they are held in with steel spring clips, and you can't break them. If you look close on either the front or back edge, there is a little bitty slit in it. Your window must be closed and get some duct tape and tape the window in several places so it can't slide down and possibly damage something, like your hand and fingers. How ever, you can get a static electricity band to prevent that from happening. Simoly lift those slide the wire back in and put the clips down and everything worked fine. Okay I am going to replace all my dash lights as at least 2 are dead now. Just grasp at the corners and pull to release it.
If the doors lock, your truck we'll accept the fobb, just hit any button on it… There is no short cut or fast way to do this. This rebuild corrects the faults of the original electronic design. We go to the root of the problem and use new upgraded parts to ensure the issue does not return. Here is the finished product, looks good! If it's the same as my 2000 it should be, it's the same model but I know they changed some interior pieces between 98-99 there should be the clear cover over the light. Reassembly is in the reverse order as disassembly. There is no need to spend… It's not all that difficult. Don't be afraid of pulling out the little metal bar inside.
Remove 2 nuts retaining the ignition switch to the steering column housing. Reach behind the rear bumper to locate the bulb. You can remove the whole housing by unscrewing two screws inside the tailgate area with the tailgate down. Lift hood and there will be plugs at 90 degree angles to the back of the head lights. Performing some of the procedures shown on this site may void your warranty.
It had to be removed in order for the gauge overlay to fit on. If not that thebn it's the wiring or the speedometer module electronics. The dash on a Ford F-150 pickup truck is made up of numerous trim panels that help contain the instrument panel, cluster and other components. Install the bulb socket in lamp assembly by turning it clockwise. If you Haven't gotten this done yet There are 3 screws at the top of the Dash trim you have to remove. You want to be sure that the core is the problem before you undertake this process. Our Services Rebuild, Repair and or Replace: Dead, Background Lighting Turnaround time: 24 Hours How it works Our services are an alternative to expensive dealership part replacement and save you hundreds! All fuses check out O.
There should be 2 black screws at the upper and lower ends of the tail light assembly hidden when tailgate is up. Just wondering what trim pieces need to be removed and exactly which bulbs to replace. The maintenance light should be out. Simply place the aluminum gauge overlay over the gauges. If in doubt, check with Ford or your local dealer for assistance.
Here is what I found. Check carefuuly at the emerg actuator itself. They have it buried in the plenum box and you have to remove the steering wheel, steering column, dash, evacuate the refrigerant system, drain the radiator, and remove the plenum box to get to the core. So the steps in replacing the heater core are to disconnect the heater hoses, remove the dash, to access the heater core cover on the front of the heater case and replace the core. The screws have a 7mm head on them. Or if that didn't work, push the odometer button in and hold; turn key to on position while holding the button in… To remove the switch yust pull on the switch really hard and it will come right out. Parts are not merely replaced to restore operation, but upgraded to prevent failure from occurring again.
If there is… According to the international automotive technicians network, of which I am a member, you will need to remove the instrument cluster and replace it with a remanufactured unit. This services requires that you send us your cluster for repair. Well after many days of searching on the net I was unable to find any info. Remove the steering column shroud and lower the steering column. Yano they also have those for your tail lights gives a nice lighting effect. Ill be ordering a bunch a bulbs here shortly going to redo all my lights with leds, well besides my main headlights.