How do you replace dashboard lights in a 1993 tacoma ?

Asked by Jan 28, 2014 at 04:58 AM about the Toyota Tacoma

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Well for starters Toyota never built to Tacoma until mid 95' but to change the dash lights in a 93 pick up you need to remove the gauge cluster from the dash ! This requires unhooking the speedometer cable and taking the screws out from around the instrument cluster trim ! Then there are 3 plugs in the back of the cluster that may not have to come out ( depending on how skinny your fingers are ) and the bulbs are in a plastic housing that only needs a quarter turn to loosen.

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