Question about 2004 Mazda 6
There is not much you can do, Some cars are just that You can get higher wattage bulbs, But in most Provinces & States they are (iligal) to use them, There only for off road use,
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just went to my local store - they sell the bulbs and fit them while you wait...the guy does a lot of them - he had it done in 10 minutes and charged 12 pounds including the bulb. I watched him do it - twisted the cover off - popped the bulb out and popped the new one in ...he didn't actually unbolt anything from the car...worst of all it was dark and raining...I'd suggest this route unless you have small hands or are willing to spend an hour fiddling around
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
go in through wheel arch you will have to pull backthe cover panel. still a bit fiddly but one heck of a lot easier
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
Hi Shannon, befor you dive in and replace the indicator switch I would suggest you check the flasher unit. To replace the indicator switch you will need to remove the steering wheel (this usually means using a puller) Don't forget to punch match marks on the steering wheel and the column which must be aligned when assembling. Remove the steering wheel center cover. then the covers on the steering column Removed the screws (usually four) holding the stalk switch. don't forget to disconnect the battery and the wiring connection to the stalk switch. After replacing the assembly is opposite.to dismantling. Regards John
Posted on Nov 09, 2011
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