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Old 11-27-2010, 08:51 AM
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Default DS Light Bulb Part Numbers (Interior)

Cargo lamp - 912
dome lamp (non-switched or switched) - 578
front dome/reading with overhead console - 212-2
glove box lamp - 194
rambox storage bin lamp - 194
vanity lamp - 37
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I really want to change interior lights to led. Thank you for posting. Do you happen to know how to get the two map light bulbs out? Can't find it anywhere and I don't want to damage anything. I have 2011 ram 1500 4x4 SLT.
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NOTE: On vehicles equipped with an optional overhead console the standard front dome lamp is replaced by two combination dome and reading lamps that are integral to the console housing. Each of these lamps is controlled by the door ajar switches on the courtesy lamp circuit, but also are independently controlled by a switch that is activated by depressing the lamp lens. The bulb types and service procedures are identical for both of these lamps.
NOTE: The overhead console reading lamp switches and bulb holders are serviced as a unit with the overhead console wire harness.

1.Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
2.Using a small thin-bladed screwdriver, gently pry near the front of the lamp lens between each side and the overhead console housing (1) to unsnap the pivot tabs (3) on the lens from the pivots in the lamp housing.
3.With the lens disengaged from both pivots, pull the lens forward far enough to disengage the switch tab (2) on the rear edge of the lens from the slot in the rear of the overhead console lamp housing.
4.Remove the lens from the housing.



5.Firmly grasp the bulb (1) and pull it straight out of the socket.
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