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Charging light ring - one LED bulb has gone out


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#1 OFFLINE   LittleBlueCar

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Posted 18 June 2016 - 10:28 AM

Hopefully submitting this to the right forum.

 

I am trying to find *any* kind of information on how to replace one of the LED bulbs on the charging port for my 2013 CMax Energi. Of the 4 bulbs the second (which corresponds to 25-50% charging/charged) no longer illuminates. Not sure what happened, but the other lights are still functioning normally.

 

Is this something I can replace myself?

Does anyone know anywhere I can read something about this?

Is there a technical manual I can be pointed to for help?

 

Thanks for anything you can provide!









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#2 OFFLINE   rbort

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Posted 18 June 2016 - 01:50 PM

I've heard about this, but usually people went to the dealer and they replaced the whole ring.  Not sure how easy it is to get in there, if you figure it out let us know.

 

-=>Raja.










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