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Old 08-16-2012, 02:43 PM
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Exclamation Heater control bulb replacement

I'm trying to replace my bulbs in my heater controls and im not sure how to take it apart. I have the dash apart and everything. I'm looking at the circuit board on the heater control module and i need to know if the knobs abd slider heads just pull off or if theres another way of getting to the bulbs.

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they should just turn about a quarter of a turn and pull out.
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