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fer145
post 2nd March 2008 12:52
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Hi!

To replace the lamp need:
Bulb-12v and 1.2 w is achieved at any gas station for a little more than 1 of 2
-Screwdriver-star
-Allen-Key 2.5
- Pliers and cloth
-Screwdriver small-plane

I recommend also have an extendable tip of magnet to draw screws or rescue them when they fall in places difficult to reach with their hands.

Tools:
Left Side traditional ones.
At the centre recommended.
Right Side the most comfortable


Lamps:
buy before starting to disarm. Do not like me. 12V 1.2W


We take the lid using a screwdriver with a cloth so as not to mark the plastic.


We remove the screw, always leave them all together where no loss


Remove the lid another, I recommend downloading the steering wheel as much as possible for this operation.


Another screw, which have air conditioning care with the sensor is placed in the panel.


We take the Allen Diffuser


Second Allen Diffuser


Opening the ashtray there are more screws.


Another on the lighter


We continue with commanders


If this hard to recommend out with a clamp and a cloth so as not to break them, or mark them.


We continue with the second


And the third and last


We remove the ashtray to access other two screws behind.


It is advisable to have good light to remove the two screws.


The second and last.


We take care not to scratch or break any cables


With the ashtray and removed the screws holding the console below


Second screw


And the last and the most difficulty in finding that this camouflaged.


Remove the console, always being careful not to break any cables.


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fer145
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When we see the naked lamp burned


In this photo appreciate it better


Remove the bulb burned


We put the new


It really should have changed the bulbs 2 that there is a big difference


Realize that not moved any cables and everything works well


Before we begin to assemble, review any impediment that she was on location and return to assemble everything.


And ready! Not take long if known and screws to be drawn and it is the bulb.
1h20m investigating and have gone to buy the bulb.


Before


Then, as I said before, I had to have changed both in this picture shows why.


Friends, sorry for the translation whistle.gif , and learn English to perfection.
I hope to serve them.
Reason for edit: Centre Console: Replacing Lamp Bulbs


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Grub2000
post 2nd March 2008 14:02
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Nice write up. Our dashes are a bit different over hear. We have the old pre-facelift style. I am not sure if they even have lights behind them. I will have to check later.
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Roel
post 18th January 2009 11:41
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I was asking myself the same question. I have a 145 1.4 TS ('97). Looks very basic. The middle console is very dark in the dark. Are there any bulbs to replace there?
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post 18th January 2009 12:49
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I was asking myself the same question. I have a 145 1.4 TS ('97). Looks very basic. The middle console is very dark in the dark. Are there any bulbs to replace there?

To replace the bulbs in the older style centre consoles, see the following thread...

http://forum.alfa145.com/index.php?showtopic=8970


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VLaDky
post 27th March 2011 16:17
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Great topic. I have a question for you. Buttons for wipers and turn signals have to shine together with the board? I have no light in these latches. Thanks in advance.
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post 27th March 2011 18:56
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QUOTE(VLaDky @ 27th March 2011 17:17) *
Great topic. I have a question for you. Buttons for wipers and turn signals have to shine together with the board? I have no light in these latches. Thanks in advance.

There are only lights in the stalk switches on the very early 145 and 146 cars. Most of these cars do not have illuminated stalk switches. Alfa removed the lights from the design shortly after the first models we made, probably to save on costs to manufacture the stalks.


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post 28th March 2011 05:09
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Thanks a lot. Im gonna change my central panel lights today. Thank you for this topic with images i can do it easy now when i now what to do ur great =]
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post 2nd October 2012 23:24
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Very nice, thank you. I'll do that soon!
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Dohceg
post 22nd June 2013 03:02
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Thnks looks doable for me. Gonna do it nxt weekend
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