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1. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the screw from the top of the fender. (inside the fender, under the hood). 2. Move the side marker light assembly forward until it pops out of the body. 3. Turn the bulb holder one-quarter turn counterclockwise to remove it from the lens. 4. Pull the bulb straight out of its socket.Push the new bulb straight into the socket until it bottoms. 5. Put the bulb holder back into its hole in the lens, and turn it clockwise until it locks. 6. Turn on the parking lights and check that the new bulb is working. 7. Put the side marker assembly back into the body. Push on the front edge until it snaps into place.Install the mounting screw and tighten it securely.
Simple, it just means that one of the right hand flasher bulbs, either back center or front, is burnt out. If all the bulbs are ok, there is probably still one not flashig because of faulty wiring or something in the same line like a switch malfunction or in newer technology, onboard computer malfunction. Being a jaguar, if the bulbs are all OK and you still got a problem, i'd suggest having it checked by the dealer.
If memory serves, there are two screws holding this light assy to the rear package deck. They are covered (LH and RH side of this assy). remove the covers and using a phillips screwdriver, remove the screws and lift the assy up and away from the rear glass. you now have access to the bulb and socket.
Take out the two Torx bolts on top of the headlight assembly. Then there is a third hidden bolt. Look through the holes in the top front of the fender, above and behind the headlight's turn signal portion (you'll probably need to shine a light in there) and you'll see the third bolt. Remove that and the headlight pulls straight forward and out. Then you can change the bulb.
look at the turn signal lens, see if there are screws holding them, if they are, remove the screws and remove the signal light assembly, after removing, you can replace the bulb by removing the socket at the back of the lens assembly.
Open the hood, and look at the fender area directly behind the corner lamp. There's a round hole you can look down through. You should see a small whitish colored "lever". That's a latch that locks the indicator in place. Use a screwdriver and push it back and out to disconnect it. Then you should be able to pull the corner lamp forward and off the car. Once it's off, the bulb change is a piece of cake.