http://www.tacomaterritory.com/forum/showthread.php?t=258&highlight=bulbderekgaddy said:Hello. Great board. I noticed this evening on the ride home from work that my heating control light is out. Is this an easy fix? Fuse? Let me know. Thx. FYI...I got just over 116k.
Err....glad it worked but I would not really call it a fix. Not to be splitting hairs and a plus to you AK95Taco, what really happened is known in the repair business as the "tap test". It is used on all sort of electrical or even electronic troubleshooting. At least you know what the problem is.AK95Taco said:That's the third pre-98 truck I know of that had this problem. Eh, at least it's an easy fix.
AK95Taco Also you may want to try just tapping the plastic panel a couple of times about 3/4 of the way to the right side and 2/3 of the way up. Mine had just wiggled loose from vibrations and such and I was able to just tap it back into place without having to R&R everything.
hello fellow 95.5 owner, allow me to help you out. pull the cup holder straight out (not sure if youve ever removed your cup holder but just keep pulling and itll come out) and then pull the knobs off of your heater controls. next pull the plastic panel surrounding the heater controls, now you can see the little green bulb, as i recall there was a clear plastic cover that had to be removed before the bulb. before discarding the bad bulb be sure to slide the little green cover off of it as youll need to put it on the new bulb. thats it, you need wagner stock number bp75 bulbs, good lucck, and welcome to ttora.