Question about 2002 Toyota Highlander
Old bulb and socket are exposed. Old bulb is stuck in place. Does it pull straight out? Does it need to be turned?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 2004 Toyota
You have to remove the rear door inside panel.First thing is to remove the top and side interior trim panels,they just pop out by prying them away after they are out the metal retaining clips sometimes stay in the door,pull them out and put them on the plastic panel before reinstalling.Then the strap that you use to close it has a cover on it that you have to push up to get off then remove the 10 mm bolt that holds the strap.Then pry the panel away from the door I think that the bottom has two hooks on it which means that the top needs come off first so you can lift the panel hooks out of the slots.Once the panel is off you will see the bulbs they twist out and you have to pull the bulbs out.Good luck
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
SOURCE: 2002 license plate bulbs
its real simple look at the license plates then look up you will see 2 screw per lamp / unscrew them and slide remove its a 194 bulb so get some ready then replace and put back / Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
SOURCE: no brake light one side
It is likely that the bulb is just out as the left and right brake lights would be on the same circuit. Unless there is a strange wiring issue simply replacing the bulbs should correct your problem.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
You need to hold the socket and unscrew the base from it.Do this after you remove the wires off of the socket.Unscrew the base from the rear of the lighter plug.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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the Steps on how to replace license plate light on your car.
Open the trunk and locate the trunk liner retainer clips.Use the
Phillips head screwdriver to loosen the center plastic screw of the
retainer clip about 1/4 turn, just enough to raise the head of the
screw from the base of the clip. Pull the screw up, and lift the
clip out of the liner. Use a flathead screwdriver to help pry it
out. Remove enough of the clips to allow access to the license plate
light sockets. Pull the liner back.
Remove the emergency trunk release handle by popping off the top
cover of the handle. Use the needle nose pliers to gently squeeze
the prongs on the shaft, while removing the handle.
Unplug the wire harness from the license plate light bulb socket the
release clip on the side of the outlet.Twist the license plate light
bulb socket 1/4 turn counterclockwise, using the needle nose pliers
again. Do not apply too much pressure to the pliers; you may damage
Remove the bulb from the socket, and replace it with a new one.
Replace the socket into the socket assembly, and plug the wire
harness back in. Test the bulb by turning on the lights of the
Corolla, then turn them off again.
Replace the trunk emergency release handle, and replace the hood
liner and the retainer clips. Remove the old bulb and tools, and
close the trunk.
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