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[HOW TO] Change bulbs on Multi-function Display Unit
#1
The illumination on my Multi-function Display Unit went dull so this is how i replaced the bulbs which by the end the results are clear to how much more lit up the Display Unit is by the end of this process

This took me 5 to 10 minutes

At the end of changing the bulbs you will need to set the clock and date

Tools needed:

Torx T20 to remove the Display Unit
Your fingers to carefully prise off the multi-function display surround from the facia (Unless you know another way)

Step 1:
carefully prise off the multi-function display surround from the facia
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Step 2:
Undo the two Torx screws
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Step 3:
Undo the plug on the back
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Push the button on the top to release the lock arm
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Step 4:
Remove the plug
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Step 5:
These are the three bulbs on the back on the display unit
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Turn the bulbs anti-clockwise to release
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#2
Remove the old bulb
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Step 6:
Fit the new bulbs where needed
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Step 7:
Reattach the plug
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and lift up the lock arm back to original position
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Step 8:
Put the display unit back lining it up with the black notch to get it in the right place
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put the two screws removed earlier back and tighten them
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Step 9:
Put the display surround back by placing it over and pushing down until it clips back in
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#3
Great contribution, thanks a lot for the tut Lliam, i just hope more people come here so that they are able to use it.
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#4
Great pictures, don't need to do this yet but its good to know how. bigsacs
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#5
Citroen (well PSA) dash bulbs seem to be very weak and prone to failure.
Each Citroen I have had to do dash bulbs on I have replaced with LED units for longer life.
Citroen (well PSA) dash bulbs seem to be very weak and prone to failure.
Each Citroen I have had to do dash bulbs on I have replaced with LED units for longer life.
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#6
I will keep it in mind to get LED's next time. Thanks
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#7
Thanks for the very useful guide, especially as this is on my "to do" list. Are LEDs available (if these are a better bet) as a straight swap?
2005 Berlingo Multispace 1.6i Desire (Iron Grey)

If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.


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#8
Thanks for that it's great to see it being done, 1 question as I'm a little this thick are they special bulbs or can they be bought at any car shop?
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#9
You should be able to pick them up at any car shop. From memory, they are similar to these LINK. But you could always just take one into your local motor shop and they should be able to match them. No need to be paying more than 60-80p.
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#10
Wow, nothing like pictures!! Thanks for the HOW-TO guide. BTW what year/model is that. Mine looks a bit different.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP. Persamos green.

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