I am trying to replace the right front parking light on my 2006 Forester. I can see where the replacement bulb goes but I am unable to renmove the old bulb because I cannot get my hands or a tool in the small space. please help.
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turn on park lights and signal on right side and take a good look at the front and rear light , see if one is dimmer than the other this may be due to a bad ground and when the park lights are on and drawing more power it also needs better ground, check the sockets front and rear try wiggling the bulb to see which one is causing the problem
Did you check the switch on top of the steering column? It will turn on your parking lamps separately from the headlamp switch, and it is in the customary position for a hazard flasher switch on Japanese cars - maybe someone bumped it by accident or turned it on when trying to get the 4-way flashers to work.
Pop your trunk. If you look right on top of your parking light lamps you will notice some screws. Unscrew those and then you will be able to remove your parking light lamp. Replace the bulbs, snap the headlamp back in, screw it back in and then you are good. I was able to do this in less than 15 minutes and im no mechanic at all.cheers!!!!!!!
If I remember corrctly( I do get the years mixed up once in a while) When you open the hood and look at the top of the headlight assembly you will see either one or two black levers. Pull up on this or these and you will be able to swing the headlight assembly out towards the front of the vehicle, you will now have access to the light.