Dome Override Switch Light Question

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Got a dome override light that is burned out or something. And im wondering how to get it out?

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Now on the back there is a female power jack to i guess power this light and it has what looks like 2 (im also guessing) leads off of the light. How do i get those off and maybe rewire a new one back in??? :dunno:

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Pretty sure ScottyBoy has done this. You might search his threads until he sees this pop up in New Posts.
 

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That last pic is a socket I believe. Turn it with a flat blade screwdriver to the left gently and the bulb and housing should come out.
 

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I'm not so sure that there is an actual light bulb in that pushbutton switch. I don't recall mine ever being lit and I have had my '06 since brand new. The 2 leads are more than likely contact points for the switch itself.
 

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Zembonez is correct, that is a socket. Take a small flat head and turn it counter-clockwise about 1/4 of a turn. You should feel a click, then you can pull it out. You can replace it with a NEO4 LED too.
 

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Not the push button itself, but everything that is white and to the left of the dimmer control should be lit up by that bulb.
 

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Oh ok, I got that, I guess the pics had me a little misled. I thought he was thinking the actual pushbutton was lit. My mistake, carry on..:uhoh:
 

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