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How do i change burned out parking lights on 1996 toyota corolla

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The burnt out parking light can only be accessed thru the trunk.

Open the trunk and remove the panel covering/ protecting the bulb compartment.

Then you turn the bulb to the left. Easy does it.

Good luck.

Posted on Jul 10, 2010

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