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Front sidelights both front sidelights in my 2002 impreza have stopped working and i cannot find fuse or know how to change them. can you help

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Open your hood of your car. Look to where your lights are, there should be some screws you could take out and replace your light bulbs.If not, buy a owners manual and it should tell you what to do

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