Toyota Instrument Cluster Bulb Replacement. Here's how to replace the instrument cluster light bulbs in a Toyota.
This procedure applies to the Toyota Solara and Camry, and is similar to the Toyota Corolla, Sienna and Highlander.
Why drive in the dark at night, not knowing what speed your going? Replacing the instrument cluster back light bulbs on your older Toyota is easy.
The instrument cluster first needs to be removed from the dash. This is usually accessed by first removing the trim panel around the cluster, and then removing 4 Phillips screws holding the cluster in.
The wires behind the cluster do not need to be disconnected to change bulbs, there should be enough room to wiggle the cluster out past the steering wheel where you can twist to unlock the bulbs.
#74 LED bulbs were used for the warning lights, and #194 LED bulbs were used for the back lights.
Once replaced, the cluster will still have a greenish tint to it, since the speedometer face itself has a greenish huge to it, even if you replaced it with white bulbs.
For an even better, brighter, clearer and more luxurious upgrade, you can swap in a Lexus ES300 cluster following these instructions:
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