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Where is the water pump on a 1995 Toyota Avalon?

How do you odometer bulb in 2002 Avalon?

This task is easy. If you are asking this I assume you haven’t done sort of thing before, so set some 2 or so hours. You need a screwdriver (or some flat edged tool) to remove the and a Philips head screwdriver to the screws.

You also need the which I suspect you can only get the dealer. Order them so you do the jobs and be done at once. bulbs for the odometer, clock, and LCD displays are different from of the speedometer and diagnostic lights.] My car has 4 in all. Have spares those things are super

I only opened my unit to and 2 bulbs did came up dead I put it back in. go figure.

0. Disconnect the Perhaps just removing the cable is enough.

1. Begin by the little cloth covered at the edges of the instrument panel Use your wedge tool (or screwdriver) and pry gently lest you something. The speakers are on clips

The pry motion can dislodge the outer but the inner clip needs a motion. Overprying can break it. the speakers are free, you may disconnect wire harnesses. The speaker have little metal that can get stuck in the hole.

If this happens, remove it carefully lest it fall the car and vanish.

2. Now remove the upper and trim pieces which run the of the car. With the speakers you can use your hands to put at the trim gently until the being to from one end and work your way the dash.

3. With the speakers and the pieces out, you can now see some of the that need to come If you are replacing the bulbs that backloght for the odometer, clock, and you need to work from the side. The first panel the door has no buttons or functions on it, a cosmetic cover with writen on it.

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It is held down by 2 screws on the end of it. Once you remove these, the end is held by clips onto the panel (the one with clock and themometer). Gently out the clips and put it away from danger.

4. Now you can see the passenger side of the middle panel. You may take off. On the driver side of the panel, there is a narrow piece that separates the panel from the speedo

It is held down by a screw at the which once you remove, you can out the bottom (careful not to break it) and off it Now you can see the other screws of the middle and remove them and out comes odometer panel. (If you wanted to the speedo panel, you just off the screws by the driver door and off it comes.)


5. Ease out the odometer panel and the wire harnesses (5 of them) by down on the little spring as you wiggle it out. You can emply a to help (but it will the plastic, though these are parts that you don’t at all the time). If you are replacing the diagnostic you don’t need to disassemble the — they are accessible the back of the panel.

6. Now with the panel free in hands, you first remove cover by releasing its clips, the black plastic backing attached to the white back by clips. At the back of the white back, on the side with the lights, there is flexible connector going into the Use a small flat scredwrive to get to unplug it from the green board.

Then turn the over and unscrew the green board adn out it comes.

7. You can finally see the you need to replace. You twist and they come off. is the reverse. Be sure to test the bulbs are all working before you put the screws back.

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