Question about Chrysler New Yorker
As I recall, and it has been a few years, open the hood and look behind the grill but in front of the radiator. You will see a long rod traversing the front of the car just in front of the lights. It is moved by a motor and there is a screw drive turning the rod. The screw drive has a nut on it which you can turn with a nut driver or long extension ratchet. Turn it until the light are exposed. make sure the motor which moves it is unplugged as it will just shut them again when you power on.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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