How do I change the light bulb in the power window switch panel in a 95 lumina ls

Asked by Apr 10, 2010 at 10:03 PM about the 1995 Chevrolet Lumina 4 Dr LS Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My driver side light for the power windows is out. Got a # 73 bulb, easy part! Took switch panel off, removed  plugs, took off black housing and surprise now there's a white housing with the electric contacts and a  circuit board. Do I remove the white housing to get to the light bulb. Wifes car if I break it I will pay dearly.  Thanks in advance     Tim from Oklahoma

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My car is a 95 lumina LS instead of STD sedan Thanks Tim

Well the answer is There is No Bulb in the switch panel. Its a blue LED. To get to it you have to pop off the switch buttons and also pop off the Lock out button and the switch group pushes out of the housing. Next stop Radio shack to get a blue led and get out the soddering iron Timok

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