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Hi All,

I was wondering how you replace the bulbs under the panels (the wood panels on the dash), specifically where the climate control is.

On my climate control ( its the dual climate on the 3.0 V6 SE Model 2002 ) some of the buttons are not illuminated when the lights are on. They are grouped together so I assume its one bulb to light them all. The buttons not illuminating are the passenger temperature adjustment, the rapid windscreen demist button and a couple of other buttons directly above the passenger temperature adjustment ( can't remember what they are ).

I suppose the question is really how do you get the wooden panels out to get behind them?

Many thanks in advance.
 

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Hi Steevo..

There are three bulbs in the climate control thing.. you can buy them from anywhere else as they are dealer part only. So you need to buy the bulb holders from a Peugeot Garage.. I would recommend you to replace all four of them.. One bulb cost £1.63

The part number is 6112 56. It is easily replaced.. if you dont have specialised tools.. believe it or not it can be easily done by a flat toast knife..

There are clips just behind the OFF and AC button.. insert the knife above the buttons (space between the heater control and the dash.. and pull it out on one side.. hold it with your hand and do the same on the other side.. and then pull the whole thing out..

Simply turn the bulbs clockwise or anti clockwise and replace them with the new ones... you can take the wires off aswell if you want for easier access.. dont worry they are different plugs and are idiot proof..

also you would need a nose plier to turn the bulb holders.. Remeber you can get the bulbs from halford but they will not work...

if you need any help let me know chief...
 

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Many thanks Scotcruz. I managed to get the panel out with some plastic trim removers and as you said, it was very easy. Funny enough, my local motor factors stocked the bulbs and I replaced all 4 and it works perfectly now.
 

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magic.,, glad it worked ok for you..
 
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