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Old 08-28-2011, 01:31 PM   #1
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Default Light at the shifter went out

I have a 93 auto accord, the gear lights at the shifter went out,(PRND321) is it a fuse?
Is there a fuse for JUST that?
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Old 08-28-2011, 04:05 PM   #2
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A fuse for that? Do you have a manual for this car. Test the inputs. Gear position switch for a start.
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Old 08-28-2011, 05:43 PM   #3
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Default Re: Light at the shifter went out

Don't have my manual around, was wondering if there is a fuse for just that circuit that I can swap out.
Seems odd those lights go out.
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Default Re: Light at the shifter went out

No, it's probably a light bulb if you're referencing what's at the shifter itself.
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Default Re: Light at the shifter went out

ahhhh ok, yeah it's down at the shifter.
I'm guessing I have to remove the center console, anyone know what bulb #?
or got pages from a repair guide?
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Don't know the number but it's a easy change. I just changed out my Honda cassette player for a nice new Kenwood CD and HD radio player. While removing that center console I saw the little bulb. It's only 5 screws. Two under the flap in the armrest box and one on the drivers side diagonal under the cup holder. Then pull that up and back a bit and you'll see the two at the back of the plastic shift surround. Remove ash tray and take that one out and your good to go. The whole plastic radio and shift surround pops out and you'll see that little bulb. By the way, mine is an auto and its easier to have the shift in 1st to get that ashtray screw.
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If it's like a 6th gen, it's a #74
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Default Re: Light at the shifter went out

When you pull out the center section of the center console, under the base of the shifter is a tiny bulb on the side of the base. I got my replacement bulb from autozone and works good.
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Bruce Banner... haven't seen that name in a while, I thought you got banned.


On topic.... single light bulb to power everything down there. Simple to change out and I believe it gets it is branched off of your cigarette lighter's light.
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