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The bulbs is replaced from the back of the overhead console with 1/4 turn bulb holders.
the overhead console ( non rail version ) is held up with spring clips.
Open the rear compartment, and grab the rear corners and pull down 1 at a time. They are very hard to pull the 1st few times. Once you have the read released, there is another set of spring clips in the front, so be careful how far down you pull the rear, until the front is released.
Once you can see the back of the overhead console, you will see the 1/4 turn bulb holders for the map and interior lights.
The front dome lamp & map lamps are replaced from the back, they are 1/4 turn bulb holders.
The overhead console ( non rail ) is held on with spring clips. Open the rear compartment, and in each corner grab the console with your thumb and index finger and pull down. The 1st time you remove it, it is very hard to pull down, the springs are very stiff.
The rail system, the service manual says to pull the overhead bins 1st, then pull the consoles out ( also spring clips )
Your really messed up
First ,get an owners manual,if you don't have one already
Then always look up what the bulb or lamp # is,BEFORE you buy them. Looking up fuses and bulbs,is the main reason you ,absolutely need the owners manual.
You also need one, so all these silly people,stop asking what the check lights are for.