What Dashboard Lights Are Needed For '01 Ce?

listoff

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Hello!

I need to replace some light bulbs in my 2001 CE. Problem is, I can't make out the bulb numbers on any of them. I'm hoping someone here may be able to assist.

1) I need the 3 large bulbs that illuminate the speedometer/tach. What is the bulb number for those?

2) I also need to replace the lights that illuminate the fan speed/AC/temp controls in the center console. I haven't taken that apart yet to see how many I need. What part number are associated with these bulbs and how many should I buy?

I went to 1sttoyotaparts.com, where I usually get stuff. I think they have the bulbs, but with no pictures, I can't be sure. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you in advance!

Mike

 
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fishexpo101

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I'll double check my records at home - as I just replaced them not too long ago, just not 100% sure of the numbers off the top of my head.

The ones for the HVAC controls should be a #74 bulb - I believe they make two different #74 bulbs, so it would be a good idea to bring in the old one for comparison. May need to get a gel cover to get it to light up the right color (assuming the bulb has a gel cover on it - varies from trim level to trim level). You'll see the gel covering, as the bulb will have a coating on it. Some affectionately call these gel covers "bulb condoms" from their shape.

The three main ones on the gauges are a #194 bulb. Again, may need to get a gel cover to get it to light up the right color (assuming the bulb has a gel cover on it - varies from trim level to trim level).

I believe in total, there are 7 "dash" bulbs that can be replaced + 1 in the shifter base if you have an automatic transaxle.

 
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listoff

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As always, thank you for your expertise! Every time I go to the parts store, their parts books don't show a listing for those bulbs. I can only assume because they don't have the rubber cover on them? It's not listed in the cross reference books at the parts stores, but they had a ton of 194's and 74's in stock... So, I bought 'em! :) I will install them this weekend. I'm not concerned about the color, so I'm not going to worry about the colored condom. White's fine with me!

Thanks again for the help!

Mike

 

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