Instrument bulb nightmare

Asked by Jun 04, 2017 at 01:30 AM about the 2000 Saturn S-Series 4 Dr SL1 Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have been trying to replace cluster bulbs. Was told red base bulbs will work-
WRONG! Then I was told I needed creme/white bulbs- Dont work either. All
orig were blue, but in-car manual does not even list blue. No one seems to
know exactly what bulbs go where. Can I only replace with blue? Right now
only part of instr is lit. HELP!!!

3 Answers

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You should be able to get them at any parts house like advanced or AutoZone. Give them make and model and they should be out in help section. I would probably go with led. They will be cheaper

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Go to your local O'reilly Auto Parts store and they will help you. I would put factory style bulbs in and not mess with LEDs.

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I believe if you look at the base on the bottom side of lamp the socket it's a German name they're actually German lamps that they put in Mercedes too try looking at the base of the bulb and seeing what the name is and do a search you can find them on eBay that's how I did it.

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