<VV> !964 Monza Instrument Panel Bulb Replacement
shortle556 at earthlink.net
Thu Jun 24 09:11:34 EDT 2010
And replace every single bulb with new while you are in there. Do it (all) once and be done with it. My PG quadrant appears very bright during night driving. Was there some type of a "restrictor" or something to reduce the intensity of the bulb? This is on my '63 Rampside currently in Iowa.
Timothy Shortle in CR Iowa
>From: Frank DuVal <corvairduval at cox.net>
>Sent: Jun 23, 2010 11:19 PM
>To: virtualvairs at corvair.org
>Subject: Re: <VV> !964 Monza Instrument Panel Bulb Replacement
>Or have a small handed person reach up behind and replace the bulbs.
>Very tight, but I used to be able to do it... The sockets snap out of
>the gages and hang down to where you might see the bulb. They are
>bayonet style, no push in 194s here.
>But as Harry says, taking the screws out to move the panel out of
>position is easy.
>Harry Yarnell wrote:
>>Remove instrument panel.
>>Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2010 6:10 PM
>>Subject: <VV> !964 Monza Instrument Panel Bulb Replacement
>>>How does one get to the instrument panel bulbs to do a bulb replacement?
>>>I can not find the info in the 1964 Shop Manual Supplement, the Owner's
>>>Manual, or Internet. Thanks
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