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Locate and remove the power
steering reservoir from behind the driver's side headlight assembly.
Pull straight upward, sliding it off its mount and set aside for access
to the headlight bulb. Make sure you keep it upright so it does not
Locate and remove the electrical connector from the back of the bulb. Depress the locking tab to release it and pull the connector down, removing it from the bulb.
the bulb counterclockwise ¼-turn then pull the bulb straight out of the
headlight assembly. Insert a new bulb into the headlight assembly and
turn it ¼-turn clockwise to lock it in place.
the electrical connector by plugging it into the bottom of the bulb.
Push the connector in until the locking tab engages the bulb, securing
it to the bulb.
Slide the power steering pump reservoir onto its mount.
Sisters car has the same thing. I don't think they have a bulb to light up the clock. I'm not too sure. I might try again I had to repair the aircon switch before.
How to remove the clock.
You have to remove the center console to remove the clock. (Manual car version)
-Unscrew gear knob. -Pull out gear shifter cover surround. -Remove cover plate with small flat blade in little tray aft of the gear stick. -Remove 2 screws revealed by cover. -Remove 2 screws 1 on either side of the AFT (not middle) end of the center console. -Remove aft half of center console. -Remove 2 screws 1 on either side fwd of air con controls. -Remove 1 screw underneath ash tray. -Remove hazard switch and other switch next to clock using a flat blade to pry them out. -Unclip switches disconnect plugs. -Remove 2 screws revealed behind switches. -Take your time to remove fwd console / dash trim (extra screws might be there to take out). -Disconnect clock plug. -Remove clock.