My passenger side park light is burnt out(right front)
How do I get access to the light?
Is there an easy way.I don't want to attempt to take things apart that don't need to be.While we are there,how do you replace the light bulb ?
in the headlight
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Re: Hello, My passenger side park light is burnt
You must remove the front grill, and then remove the headlight assembly. 1. remove 5 screws and 6 clips under the bumper 2. remove bolt and 2 clips inside each front fender 3. gently pull out corners of front bumper ( its snaps right out and back in) 4. pull back bumper and reach right in.------------have to remove the front fender lining, front grill, and front bumper. Some of the screws to remove the grill and bumper seem inaccessible. the grill is easy to remove. u remove the top screws, the bottom is held in with plastic fasteners, just pull away from the vehicle. removing the grill allows access to some hidden screws that hold in the headlamps.This seems kind of excessive to replace two parking light bulbs. you can get replacement bulb from local part store. Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this
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That's very odd, because the wiring for all of the side markers are just splices from the nearest park lamp wires- the rear tail light in the rear (and the license plate lamps are also splices from these tail lights), and in the front side markers, they are splices from the nearest park lamps. Do all the other park lights work and turn on with the park light switch on? I would examine the 2 wires from that side marker's socket to the wiring harness it goes into-the power wire would somewhere splice into the passenger tail light wire. The other wire would be a ground wire and also splices into a ground wire for the rear end. To be on, the marker lamp would have to be getting power from some live source. I can't imagine where. Does the rear passenger light work correctly?
In that harness to the rear where the park lamps run, there might be a live wire going to an electrical trunk latch switch, or maybe a trunk lamp. If the wires were frayed right beside the side marker wire, you could have some cross feeding of power between the two. Let me know, we always appreciate feedback.
If you have a test light, you can check for power at the light sockets and connectors. If you have power, you can connect the alligator clip on the test light to the positive side of the battery and test for a faulty ground...Good luck!
if you remove the headlight, it has two pins that slide down one on each side unhook the wiring for the bulbs. next you will see the top of the parking light on the side closest to the middle the parking lens has a built in clip if u press it in with your finger and pull out the whole lens will be accessible and you will be able to change the burnt bulb
What may have happened is either the headlights wiring or the parking lights wiring somewhere along the wiring fused to the left turn signals wiring. Depending on if the turn signals go on when you put the parking lights on or the headlights on.
If the signals come on when you turn on the headlights than you only need to locate the light green wire that comes off the left turn signal harness.
Next follow that wire the entire way back to the firewall looking for another wire fused to that wire as you go.
If there are no signs of this you need to continue looking on the other side of the firewall all the way back to the turn signal and hazard flasher unit which is a black box that connects to a black harness located next to a grey harness behind the knee bolster.
But if the signals come on when you turn on the parking lights than you will also need to check the wiring from the rear left signal and follow that light green wire all the way back to the turn signal and hazard flasher unit.
This should fix your problem, but if not than your problem may lay within the the wiring between the turn signal/hazard switches and the turn signal and hazard flasher unit.
Also you may have a burnt circuit in the junction block. This block is where the light green from the rear left signal and front left signal meet. Don't have a description but if you cannot find it let me know and I will go out to the yard and look myself and let you know.
hi the fuse for the parking lights runs all the parking lights so if some are on then it will not be the fuse.sounds like you have a bad ground going to thoes lights.turn on lights and wiggle the plugs to see if they turn on.you will have to make sure there is a ground going to the lights. the light bulbs may just be blown.
The fuse panel is located below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal. Remove the panel cover to access the fuses. fuse #11 is right head lamps fuse #12 is high beams fuse #18 is parking lights good luck paul