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Re: how do i get to the right parking light to change the...
There is a little black lever at the back of the headlamp lift it up and tease the light unit out,they can be tight so be aware,oil the slides well when you get the light out,this will help when you put it back in.........good luck.......they can be very painfull
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Andrae, If it is just the right rear signal not working, re check the bulb and wires to the socket, signal bulb should have 2 filaments. When you put emergency flasher on do both tail lights flash, . "I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info."
front: pop hood, look behind the lense for the assembly. twist and remove the assembly. twist bulb out of holder. put in new bulb. put back in, twist into place (opposite direction).
rear: pop trunk, may need to remove a panel to reveal the assembly. same directions.
kind of tricky, took me an hour to get it figured out, but you got to open the trunk and take out the 10 or so 10mm nuts sticking out of the backside of the lid, then the whole solid piece where the lights are on the back will slide off, then you can change the bulbs above the license plate and put it all back together, im cant remember off hand the bulb size, but your local auto parts store will have that info when you go to buy them
I believe your problem is a quick fix and caused by either a poor ground or corrosion. Begin by going to an auto parts store and purchasing an aerosol can of one of their anticorrosive sprays. Remove the lenses from the rear lights and spray everything well. Remove the bulbs and spray the bulb sockets. etc. If that doesnt fix it trace the ground wire to where it is bolted to the frame and spray that. then make sure it is tight by putting a wrench on the bolt and snugging it down.