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Access to the tail light cluster should be through panels in the rear corners of the vehicle. Remove the panel and you can remove the tail light cluster to replace the bulbs. This is the position on most sedans, unless, like on pick-ups, the tail light lenses have screws which allow the lenses to be removed to change the bulbs.
LOOK IN GLOVE COMPARTMENT FOR OWNERS MANUAL.LOOK IN THE BACK INDEX OF MANUAL LOOK FOR BULB REPLACE IT WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO REPLACE HEADLIGHTS BULBS BULBS ARE HALOGEN YOU NEED TO USE CLEAN LATEX GLOVES WHEN HANDLING AND REPLACING BULBS BECAUSE OIL FROM YOUR FINGERS OR HANDS WILL CAUSE HALOGEN BULB TO OVER HEAT AND BLOW AND HALOGENS BULBS VERY EXPENSIVE. THEY CAN RUN PRICE RANGE FROM $10.00 - $20.00 DOLLARS.
From the engine compartment, unlock the 3 tabs that are over the headlight housing area. Remove the cover and unscrew the plastic ring that has the wires protruding from it. Carefully pulls the light fixture out of the housing. Pull the 2 L-shaped tabs up and remove the lens section. Reverse the steps to re-install the headlight. If replacing the full turn signal housing, unscrew 2 screws from each light , disconnect bulb wiring and remove. Replace accordingly.
I'm a little confused. You want it to come on?
The check engine light comes on when you have a problem with the engine or drive train. If it hasn't come on, that's a good thing. It's not meant to be a reminder to check oil or anything like that.,, Please clarify? Thanks!
They are changed from within the engine compartment... at the rear of the headlight bazels... if it's the side on the battery you may have to remove it.... also don't touch the bulbs with your fingers as that shortens the life of them.
The quickest way to find a short circuit is by putting a bulb in place of the fuse. Anytime the time the bulb lights there is a load. And if the load is a shorted wire the brightness of the bulb will give you a hint. So while you're at it, finding a 'short' is a quicky...keep your eyes on the bulb. gotcha!