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Can someone tell me how to change a blown bulb on the dash, the one behind the left side heater switch?

Many thanks. John
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(06-02-2013, 08:36 AM)H Van Wrote:  Can someone tell me how to change a blown bulb on the dash, the one behind the left side heater switch?

Many thanks. John

Mine burned out few days ago . MK3

Anyone help ?
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Not 100% but the space below the radio has a liner which is removeable .
Access might be possible from there
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There's a link on the forum regarding this issue.,I'm sure.

Check out " Replacement dashboard bulb " link .
Former 2011 Mk3 XTR owner Confusedalut:
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Mine blew after 2 months and Citroen said it should last the life time of the car so they changed it under warranty, if I remember right there is quite a bit of work involved.
I DO MISS MY BERLINGO Heart
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(06-02-2013, 04:21 PM)philip Wrote:  Mine blew after 2 months and Citroen said it should last the life time of the car so they changed it under warranty, if I remember right there is quite a bit of work involved.
Citroen, here I come.lol.
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mines gone to, i read on a german berlingo site you need to pull out storage tray under radio, remove the panel under heater switch which i think prizes off, then remove 2 or 4 torx type screws and then pull it out, the left bulb seems quite a common fault, this what i read "The heating control system can be expanded easily:
first empty DIN compartment out (is the top and bottom with plastic snap-backed lift slightly (goes eigetlich by hand) and then with a light tug to pull out)
second Panel under the heater control (over the switches for the electric. Windows) pry gently with a knife brietem.
third Among them are two (or was it four?) Torx screws to the fore, this write out
the fourth The control unit to the rear (!!) Out.
5th Then you can the element in the cavity behind the dashboard (because a cat can verstekcen behind, so much space is there) the element turn it so that the back of the plate can not as they have been replaced pears then that would be"
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Thanks, Finny... very good of you. I'll follow your instructions when I get some time in the next few days.

John

http://www.hvanshowmobile.co.uk/
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