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|Comment||Sometimes I think my Caravan wasn't meant to be sold. There are a couple of things which haven't been as described in the owners manual or repair documentation. This is one of them. My overhead console doesn't have a screw that I can see. However, after much frustration and experimentation, using the blown bulbs, I finally got it figured out. Thanks ...|
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Yahoo Autos Group called The Chrysler Lebaron Club (co-moderator)
Degrees in Physics/bruised knuckles.
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