Question about Nissan Altima
I'm not too familiar with that year make model car but, most cars tail light access is in the trunk. Usually a panel will have to be removed ( kinda like where a jack would be ) then there will either be
1: nuts securing the entire tail light assembly which you can then access the bulb from there or
2: after removing the panel ( if there is one ) just grab the connector of the bulb that's blown and turn it a quarter turn and pull it out.
Be careful when re-installing the new bulb as the oil from your skin will create hot spots on the bulb which will cause the bulb to blow way before it's intended lifespan.
I know it's a lot to check out and all but if you're at all mechanically inclined, it really isn't that difficult of a job. just tinker a bit, you can figure it out.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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