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How do you replace warning light bulbs on cab of AC200?

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patiolant

05-15-2008 08:36:56




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This is going to sound like a stupid question, but I cannot figure out how to get into the signal/warning light assembly on the side of the cab of my AC 200 to replace the bulb. I tried prying the amber lens off as much as I could without risk of cracking it. I tried turning the amber lens off in case it was threaded (it actually has a plastic raised hex pattern in the center of the lens, but it doesn"t budge if I get a wrench on it). I can see the bulb through the lens, and can even tell what kind of automotive type bulb it is. I just cannot get at the darn thing to replace it. The parts book just lists the whole unit as a light assembly. Please tell me I don"t have to replace the entire unit. What am I missing here?

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patiolant

05-15-2008 20:27:21




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 Re: How do you replace warning light bulbs on cab of AC200? in reply to patiolant, 05-15-2008 08:36:56  
OK. I figured it out. There is a small screw at the base of the assembly where it attaches to the cab (under a few layers of dirt). With the screw removed, the entire lens assembly with it's base can be turned out and slid off of the bulb and it's socket. First time I have seen a light assembly like this.



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amo

05-15-2008 13:44:47




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 Re: How do you replace warning light bulbs on cab of AC200? in reply to patiolant, 05-15-2008 08:36:56  
It could be that you have to replace the whole assembly, i had a similiar problem with a lense on a John Deere, you had to buy the wholew assembly to get the lense. Call a dealer and see whart they say. Good luck.



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