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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
open rear hatch and remove 3 screws down edge of lamp assembly gently pull assembly out and then you can remove globe sockets from lamp assembly to change globe
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
open the hood, on the top of the assembly, there should be a bar/rod on each side. simply remove them and the assembly should slide right out
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
I just replaced the p/s brake light:
1. Pop off the tabs that cover the screws. (flat screwdriver)
2. Unscrew both screws. (philips-head)
3. There is a metal post attached to the light assembly located towards the front of the assembly pointing in towards the center of the car. This post fits into a rubber grommet that is attached to the car. I had to wiggle and rock the assembly to get the post free from the grommet and the assembly off the car, by pulling to the right.
4. Re-assembly requires lining up and inserting the post back into the grommet (use your best Beavis and ******** sound effect now). Put the screws back in and don't forget the covers.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
if you remove the headlight, it has two pins that slide down one on each side unhook the wiring for the bulbs. next you will see the top of the parking light on the side closest to the middle the parking lens has a built in clip if u press it in with your finger and pull out the whole lens will be accessible and you will be able to change the burnt bulb
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
You either have a bad ground or the bad electrical connection at the light socket is "simulating" a bad ground. This is putting a high resistance on the bulb and it's taking it's toll by burning out the bulb. I would start with a new socket, and CHECK the ground. If you still have the issue, I would run another complete ground wire and not even worry about checking the ground itself. the Stick
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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Disconnect the negative battery terminal.
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Head lamp bulb(A), position bulb(B) and turn signal bulbs(C)
To install, reverse removal procedure.
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