Question about 1984 Pontiac Firebird
Well, this is not a generic question common to all Firebirds. The rear lights can be accessed by opening the hatch and pulling the carpet liner back to reveal plastic wing-nuts. In earlier models, there will be a plastic panel secured with oversized plastic screws. The front lamps can be accessed from underneath the car. In the later models, locate a plastic flap cover secured by two 10mm bolts. If this doesn't help, please specify what year vehicle you have and which parking lights need to be replaced. If this does help, a positve rating will be appreciated.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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