Question about 2003 Chevrolet Corvette
Hello. There are a few different ways to get access to the bulb. You can remove a small plastic panel underneath the car and reach up. Grab the light socket and give it a quarter turn counter-clockwise and it will come out. When replacing the bulb, don't touch the glass part with your bare fingers. You can also get to it by turning the manual headlight knob and partially raising the headlights enough to remove the plastic surround from the headlight, ( don't use the headlight switch, they will auto-close in 15 minutes and you don't want your arm caught in there), once the surround is out you can reach down and remove the running light socket. Some people remove the "hood bumper" to get more room, I don't recommend this because you don't want to put it back in the wrong position. I hope this gives you some help, good luck.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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