my right turn indicater light on dash went out on 91 Spirit. How do I replace the bulb?


Asked by Jan 23, 2015 at 11:16 PM about the 1991 Dodge Spirit 4 Dr LE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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You will have to take your instrument panel out and change the bulb.

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yep remove the instrument panel

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Hi here is the info you are looking for to remove the cluster and replace the bulbs that mount to the rear of the cluster...good luck CLUSTER BEZEL REMOVAL (1) On column shift vehicles, place column shifter to neutral position. 2) On tilt steering column vehicles, adjust tilt range to lowest position. (3) Pull cluster bezel rearward to disengage 11 clips 4) Remove cluster bezel. (5) For installation reverse above procedures. CLUSTER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL—CLUSTER WITH PRNDL FROM STEERING COLUMN (1) Disconnect battery to assure no air bag system fault codes are stored. (2) Remove cluster bezel (Fig. 10). (3) On column shift vehicle: (Fig. 12 through 15). (a) Remove lower steering column cover (Fig. 16). Release guide tube from behind fuse block. (b) Place gear shift lever in neutral or park. (c) Remove guide tube from behind fuse block and disconnect cable eyelet from column actuating arm. d) Release lock bar on column insert, squeeze legs together and remove from column (Fig. 14). (e) Secure insert and cable guide out of the way. (4) Remove the rear window defogger bezel and radio bezel. (5) Remove the upper steering column cover. (6) Remove the four screws attaching cluster housing to the base panel. (7) Pull cluster rearward, reach behind cluster and disconnect the two wiring harnesses. (8) Remove cluster assembly

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