My CEL is burned out and I was wondering how I could change it or should I just have it done by the local shop?
haha that's what I was thinking. My old camaro had the SES Light on for 3years and I drove it everyday and then it never died until the day I got rid of it. Only if house bulbs lasted that long...Yep....What he said! Has the light been on THAT long to burn out? :shigrin
Ok thanks! :bigthumbsupvery simple if you have some small sockets or a 1/4 ratchet. pull the bezel off the cluster, then pull the gauge cluster. if you know where the light is located when your looking at it, pull the bulb from the backside and take it to your local parts house and have them match it.
The reason why it was on was because the Fuel Filler Neck seal went bad and I was getting a minor evap leak code. The light was on for a good year. When I start my car, I see all the lights except the SES light so i'm assuming it is the bulb that is burned out.Yep....What he said! Has the light been on THAT long to burn out? :shigrin