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I need to take off the cover to the dome light in my 2005 subaru outback wagon. how does the cover come off so i can change the bulb? i didnt wanna try pulling it off and break it.

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The bulb in our 2005 Outback dome light has been replaced twice---I found the best way to remove the cover is with a dime.

Good luck!

Posted on Jan 30, 2011

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