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Replacing rear numberplate lights


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    Shif indicator lights are not working, all fuses are OK



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The lights should be accessible by reaching up above the license plate and finding the housing they sit in. For the guy with the shift indicator lights out, you will need to pull the center console and remove the bulb from the holder and pop the new one in.

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