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How do you change the lamp on a Tensor FS124?

The lamp is a 13WPL-S CFL bulb. Hard to access. Does cover come off?

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SOURCE: Do I need a bulb with this same wattage,?

18 watt should work fine, but give less light.

Posted on Jun 27, 2012

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  2. Through access hole in wheelhouse, rotate park and turn signal socket counterclockwise one quarter turn.
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