I was afraid of that. At least I don't have to pull the engine like
everything else. Still like the van. Would have been better if it had
been designed by a "real" Ford engineer and not the summer part-time
It was not as tough a job as I expected. Once you take the shroud off,
the check engine light and other bulbs along the bottom can be pulled
out from the front without having to go any further. I used needlenose
pliers with rubber bands wrapped around the jaws.
This is a different year and slightly different, but the CEL bulb is in
the same place, bottom left...
I went ahead and pulled the instr cluster to change one of the odometer
bulbs. There was no bulb in the oil light socket, so I moved an unused
bulb from the 4WD socket. This is 2WD.
Will upload some photos later if someone can suggest a binary newsgroup.
They are not dead - earthlink still has access to all binary groups.
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