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    SES light.

    Hey guys this is gonna be my first post here..too bad its a bad one. :rolleyes: . Anyway on to the question. I took my truck to be smogged and it failed because the SES light will not come on, thats right, will NOT come on. During startup usually the light turns off then flashes off right? Mine just stays off the whole time. Anyone got any idea why?

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    bulb burnt out.

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    NOR CAL KUSTOMS SikBlaze's Avatar
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    how do i replace that bulb? thanks

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    pull the cluster out,pull it apart and replace it. very easy. what year make and model. ill see if i can pull something up for ya.

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    1996 chevy s10

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    the smog is the only thing holding me back from getting my blazer today. lol

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    well i cant find a how-to on it. but just pull the cluster out and replace the burnt out bulbs. very easy to-do. if you dont feel you can do it i would advise you to take it to someone.

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    no i got the bezel off and im working on getting the cluster off.

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    Getting the cluster out isn't hard but you will probably have to take the plastic trim off that goes around the steering column to be able to pull the cluster out. Thats what I had to do.
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    Fixed it **** that gauge cluster was a bitch to get out with no tilt lol. Anyway it turns out the bulb was burnt out, i left the truck on and the ses light does not stay on so im golden.

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    glad to help buddy.:bigthumb:

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    awesome thanks a lot to everyone.

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