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My light to my console drive indicator is burned out - I understand that it is a time consuming and costly thing to replace the bulb. I also have my cigarette light that comes on and off (basically moody. Is it something that I can painlessly replace or is it a nightmare to replace. I can go without it but in the winter in Minnesota it gets pretty dark in my 1997 Toyota Corolla.

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Patty, There is a bulb under the gearshift panel. You need to remove the center console to replace the bulb. You can obtain a repair manual from your local auto parts store for details instructions.

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