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I have been searching for about an hour now with no luck on finding an answer and was hoping someone could help me out.
Recently my climate control lights went out. Right side went first and now the left side has as well. Took it out and found there are 2 bulbs. But no clue how to get them out of the housing they are in so I can change them out or even if they do come out.
They aren't soldered to a circuit board or anything like that. I am posting a picture of what I am talking about to hopefully make more sense of what I am trying to say.
I can't pull the wires out of the back and the bulb itself will not budge. Hoping someone has had this problem in the past and can help me out!!!


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I think those bulbs will pull out. it is tough because you don't have much to hold on to, but they should pull out.

a #74 bulb


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I managed to get the bulb out!!! Honestly I broke the bulb itself in the process getting it out but I did in fact get it out.
Now the question is do you know where I can get a hold of those bulbs and is it a #74 for sure u think???? Looks like the one in the picture you posted!!


   
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you should be able to buy them from any auto parts store

i can't say for certain because I am not at work now but I am pretty sure. Take the base of the light bulb to the parts store and they should be able to match it up


   
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Sounds good. I will check tomorrow and let you know how it turned out!!!


   
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I just realized I never got back to you.

It was in fact a #74 bulb. Actually got the 2nd one out without breaking it...put in both new bulbs. So nice to have the light again!!!!

Thanks again for all your help!!!!


   
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