• You have to pull the whole guage cluster out which is easier said than done. Then you need to find the right light, gently remove it, and pop in a new one. Test the light before you put the cluster back. I've done this twice before on two diff. vehicles and will not do it again. Those guages are made to stay in forever. I take mine into a shop for that procedure. I have one burnt out light on my tach right now but am not getting it fixed because it's $94 to do so ($90 labour and $4 parts...). It's really not a fun process.

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