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Old 01-27-2015, 10:59 PM
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Glad you fixing these little issues your gonna have a great car once your done.

FWIW to remove the bulbs from the switch housings,
pull the outer **** off.
then take a thin cut piece of 400 grit paper and tweezers ,
make a U out of the paper then fit it over the tip of the bulb,
then use the tweezers to clamp the paper to the bulb then pull
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Originally Posted by Mrmerlin View Post
Glad you fixing these little issues your gonna have a great car once your done.

FWIW to remove the bulbs from the switch housings,
pull the outer **** off.
then take a thin cut piece of 400 grit paper and tweezers ,
make a U out of the paper then fit it over the tip of the bulb,
then use the tweezers to clamp the paper to the bulb then pull
Or just uses some clear plastic flexible tubing from Ace hardware or similar - warm up the end slip it over the bulb end and let it contract back - then pull the bulb out. Bulbs are easily sourced locally - Sylvania brand type 2721.

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Thanks for the tip Alan, thats a great idea!
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