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Mazda protege rear license plate bulb - 2003 Mazda Protege

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SOURCE: license plate light

through the trunk
open it
lift the matt you will see it

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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SOURCE: 2000 Mazda Protege How do I replace the license

Try from inside the trunk.

Posted on Jul 23, 2011

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Mazda 6 sport sedan break lights not working after hid light conversion


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The main panel of lights on the rear of my 98 Mazda have gone out. The turning signal and the rear window brake light work and the rear the side lights work, and the light over the license plate works,...


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License plate light


through the trunk
open it
lift the matt you will see it

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REMOVAL
  1. Remove screws attaching license plate lamp to rear bumper
  2. Remove lamp from bumper.
  3. Remove bulb socket from lamp.
  4. Pull bulb from socket.

INSTALLATION
  1. Install bulb into socket.
  2. Install bulb socket into lamp.
  3. Place lamp in position.
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License Plate Lights Removal & Installation 1997 – 2000 To Remove:

License/backup Lamp Assembly


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  1. Remove the rear compartment lid trim. (if necessary)
  2. Disconnect the license/backup assembly connector from the body harness.
  3. While removing the license/backup lamp assembly from the rear compartment lid, disconnect the harness grommet from the rear compartment lid.
  4. Remove the license lamp housing from the license/backup lamp assembly.
  5. Remove the license lamp bulb from the housing and socket.
To Install:
  1. Install the license lamp bulb into the socket and housing.
  2. Install the license lamp housing onto the license/backup lamp assembly
    • Torque the fastener to 18 in-lb (2 Nm).
  3. While holding the license/backup lamp assembly, install the harness grommet to the rear compartment lid.
  4. Install the license/backup lamp assembly
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hi sushil from the uk try this ? if you check inside boot directly behind the lights you may find either a clip in inspection cover ? or carpet lining ? covering the lamps? pull/remove the cover to gain access to rear lamp/s then look at where bulbs fit? they will be either on their own bayonet plug for each bulb or all on a master plate of plastic which is removed complete with all bulbs by pressing a clip and withdrawing the assy? re assemble in reverse most uk cars and foreign cars have this type of rear light clusters please come back with update hope fully success? or if you req more help? merry xmas from UK

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