Question about 2000 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
Found lightbulbs for 109.00 each. How do I get them out and back in? will that red do not drive light go away-it just did for 3 mins. after playing with 1 lightbulb. Help???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the reverse switch that's located on the side of the transmission as that may have failed. It'll have 3 wires coming out of it
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Just take off the back cover of the light housing, unplug the bulb, undo any retaining clips (VW often uses a swing-latch style metal retainer), and grab the base of the bulb. Twist it to unlock, and it should come right out.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
there is a fuse under the dashboard for the relay circuit, the high power fuse is under the bonnet it is a 20/30 amp fuse - a "fusible link" check the under bonnet fuseboxes for a blown link,
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
I imagine that the 2005 Kia Spectra is very similar to our 2004 MY (mid year) Spectra. On the driver's side you first must remove the cover that extends forward from the battery. There are three plastic screws across the front and one screw on the left (as you face the engine compartment) attaching the cover to a bracket. Remove these screws and set the cover aside. The passenger side has no such cover to remove. For either headlight, there is a cup-like cover approximately 3 to 4 inches in diameter. Unscrew this cover (counterclockwise); I think you only need to turn the cover ~ 1/16 of a turn for it to come off. Set the cover aside. The connector is held in place by a spring-loaded clip that looks a bit like a bent paperclip. Press the end of the clip in and then away from the body of the connector. This will release the connector and the light bulb. Remove the old light bulb by pulling it straight out. Plug the new bulb in. In my experience, the hardest part of this simple task is putting the bulb back in and lining it up correctly. There are three tabs on the metal flange at the base of the bulb that must line up with slots in the housing. Pull the retaining clip out of the way and insert the bulb into the headlight cavity and align the tabs with the slots. Push the bulb in so that it is flush then push the retaining clip down and then toward the light bulb until it hooks under a hook on the bulb. If you've done this correctly, the retaining clip will be pressing the bulb firmly against the housing. Replace the cover by lining it up and turning it clockwise until it is tight. On the driver's side, line the cover up with the mating holes. Push the three plugs through the holes then screw the plastic screws in through the plugs the expand them until tight. Don't forget to replace the screw that attaches the cover to the bracket to the left of the battery.
I've made this sound a lot harder than it is. Sorry.
Posted on Dec 31, 2011
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