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Old 11-06-2007, 09:37 PM   #1
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I have a 1997 SSE,How do I change the lights under the gear selector in the console??1,2,3 I can just almost see in the dark...[img][/img]
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change the relay...
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What relay are you talking about?

IIRC these are fiber optical from a signal bulb below.
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heres what my problem was on my 95Ei

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I'm pretty sure the shifter assembly was revised between 95 and 97. Although that could be the answer.
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I'm pretty sure the shifter assembly was revised between 95 and 97. Although that could be the answer.
i think so to... because when i out min in gear the light moves right away... when i drove your car boosty the light delayed a little..
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The one that controls the shifter lights...read you codes
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Could you elaborate a bit. I'm really confused by what you said.
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I'm talking about the lights that come on with the lights under the p-r-d-3-2-1,not the dot next to them...it works fine....under the 1,2,3 looks burned out but i cant find a way there....
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Ohhhhhh

Should be a bulb or two on the assembly. I think if you lift the front of the console (remove shifter **** and screws under ashtray) there are two little bulbs.
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