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Join Date: Oct 2011
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When I bought my truck (had 376k on it) there was only 1 working light in my dash. I removed the dash and there are about 8 bulbs on the back of it that twist in. Went to Napa (do this cause they have these bulbs in bulk) and bought a hand ful of them. Then replaced all bulbs and good to go!
My suggestions, first, it is kind of a pain to get to. You need to pull the stereo and remove that whole panel. It just snaps in but becareful. You also need to remove the steering column plastics to get the dash panel out. Then, before you remove the dash cluster, cycle your key and watch all your different service lights and such. The key cycle does a bulb test right at first and if you have others that need replacing, now is the time!!! Last, it is just a matter of a few bolts, a couple connectors, and replacing all the bulbs you need to.
2000 F250 PSD SCSB 4X4 418k miles straight pipe gauges 2" leveling kit 315/75r16's
6637 with custom intake pipe. TS Performance 6 position chip!
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