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the climate control (temp) light and the hazard button light are not working on my car... are they regular lights (or LEDs?) that i can buy at autozone or should i just get them at the dealer? does anyone know how much they are? anyone else get the same problem?
 

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not sur of the part# but any toyota dealer can match it up if you take the bulb to them there not led's they have regular filiment in them here is a pic of what they look like most come with a rubber boot over them (green or orange)
 
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this from a previous post... hope it helps

just did it this past weekend, you've got a blown accessory light.. here's just pull everything back out.. get to the a/c control. dissamble it. there are 5 bulbs. one for the top row (auto, recycle..) 2 for the bottom row (a/c, defrost...) one for the temp, one for the speed of the a/c. you've probably want to change all of them once in there... they're probably old and will soon all go.. that's what happened to me, 1st the top row, then about a month later the one in the bottom row.. if you go to the dealership each bulb (and socket) will be around $8, which I thought was ridiculous.. went to the usual auto parts stores found nothing alike. then got creative. went to Radio Shack found the actual bulb itself (12V/25mapms) replaced the old bulbs, from the actual sockets have dash light on them again. hope this helps.. beats $50 bucks of bulbs from the dealership
 

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thanks all
 

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funny

isn't it weird how all of the bulbs go out in a single row??? my top row went out and got me totally confused. i would think it's a design error in the electrical current.
 

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Im assuming there are the same bulbs for the Temp "dial" too eh?... my temperature selection dial does not light up and its hard to see what im doing @ night.. been lazy and have not attempted to fix them yet.
 

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I just bought some cheap replacements from toyota and I didn't change out all the bulbs thankfully. The new replacements were $1.88 each or close to that price and they are really dim. I would probably pay the $8.00 if I could go back in time.
 
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