We go to the root of the problem and use new upgraded parts to ensure the issue does not return. As far as the fuel gauge, if you are correct and it isn't reading properly, most likely the float is bad. I've got mine out right now. It is just looks that it has passed the pin and got stock there. Don't forget to connect all wiring harnesses.
One of the tires must have a bad sensor. I thought it would be the bulb, but I figured that it would go out and stay out if it was just the bulb. Most seem to remove the steering column trim when doing this. To remove each bulb, you want to twist each base counter-clockwise about 90 degrees and pull the socket and bulb from the cluster. Second my low tire pressure light is always on, even after I got new tires put on not too long ago it still is always on.
Squeeze the finger-grip tab on the top and the other one on the bottom of the plug -- it should then pull straight out. Took it to Infiniti dealer and they pointed to the revolution sensor I already found. If that does not get it working again then you will need to remove the instrument cluster and then exchange it for another used one found in your local junkyard. For the removal, as you said, start with removing the screws from the bezel surrounding the cluster. You're going to need a trim removal tool you can get cheap ones from Harbor Freight Tools for 7 dollars and a size 7mm socket preferably at the end of a straight screw driver, rather than a socket wrench. There should be about 32 of them. .
The odometer lamp only illuminate the digital odometer. After you remove the screws, pull the cluster out and then disconnect the electrical plugs at the rear of cluster by pressing the clips together and then pulling away at the same time Feb 05, 2011. In my 2001 pathfinder I found it much simpler to just roll the cluster face down in the hole without removing it. Unplugged the sensor and tested the voltages while driving down the street with a multi meter clipped onto the two male pieces within the plug. The challenge in removing this panel is in getting it free of the steering column. Then release the odometer button.
I knew right away this must be a sensor. Use the breakdown picture above for ideas on how to remove the remaining components to access the bulb. The manual says to take the steering wheel off first. You can literally pull this panel off with your bare hands, without much trouble. Then pry up the inner trim from the outer console on the opposite side.
The next day while driving home from work I ran out of gas when at that time the gas light came on. The wiring harness attached to it may be short so the switch will only come out an inch or two. We do more then just just repair the part. You must first remove the Trim plate from the dash. One is my gas gauge does not work right, it shows less then what I really have in my tank and I know for a fact my car is better on gas.
The back side of the instrument cluster plainly shows the shape of the lamp holder. I haven't attempted many vehicle repairs in the past but the dealership rates are highway robbery. Then four more screws around the instrument panel and it ca … me right out. When you remove the cable, jkust spin it and see if turns, also see if the speedometer sill move when you have the instrument cluster out. Guess how much the little plastic gear was? There is a good procedure here:. I need the cluster illuminated because I do a lot of night driving.
I may be trying that soon if I have another issue so I can recoup at least some money back! The back side of the instrument cluster plainly shows the shape of the lamp holder. Left my truck sitting awhile, came back, speedometer stopped working after a little driving and the transmission seemingly was acting up. It just snapped off then that exposed the four screws holding the main panel in place. I broke a bulb in its twist base and used a pair of needle nose pliers to carefully remove the remnants. The other smaller bulbs for turn signal arrows, fuel light, and all others were working. If you don't have one, a salvage yard is a good place to find one.