rangerovers.pub
The only place for a coil spring is up Zebedee's
Member
avatar
Joined: Dec 30 2015
Posts: 5212

For the dashboard switches, green bulbs for the illumination are STC1878 while amber bulbs to show it is switched on is STC1877. The amber lights behind the heated windscreen a heated rear window switches to show they are switched on are actually surface mounted lights on the main printed circuit board of the HEVAC and don't ever seem to fail. The backlight bulbs can and do but you can get a set of replacement bulbs, see https://www.island-4x4.co.uk/bulb-heater-control-unit-jfc102550b-p-4953.html

Member
Joined: Oct 11 2020
Posts: 123

just need to work out how to get panel out lol

Member
Joined: Oct 11 2020
Posts: 123

is it green bulbs needed for hvac panel or is the part they shine through green and just need a white bulb behind

Member
avatar
Joined: Dec 30 2015
Posts: 5212

The small green and amber bulbs go in the switches, the row above the clock with the front and rear foglight switches, the cruise switch, the hazard switch and the EAS switch and rocker. They push out from behind so you need to take the centre console side panels off, the knee panel and the instrument cluster surround to get to the screws around the outside that holds it in place. Pull it forward and push the switches out from behind.. The HEVAC needs clear bulbs as it has green screens in there and the set I linked to has the lot. The bulb in a green holder is a higher wattage and goes behind the display to light it up. While you've got the side panels off, there's two screws on either side of the HEVAC. Take them out and tilt it so the top comes forward and clear, then you can pull the whole thing forward and out far enough to unplug the connectors to it.

Member
Joined: Oct 11 2020
Posts: 123

Thanks bud much appreciated