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unbolt the headlight (4 bolts on top, one of then is a tightening bolt,
a long skinny bolt, try loosening that one, you can tell which one it
is 'cuz there is no bracket on it.). Remove it then go in from the side
you should be able to just reach the bulb socket, I think it twists
out,you should be able to twist it with your fingers.
open hood you will see a long black panel across the front. this panel is called a sight shield you will see 3 "twist clips" one on ether side of each head light and one right by the hood latch . twist all 3 and remove panel.at this point you will see the light sockets.each headlight assembly has 2 retainers. simply unlatch the retainers and the lamp assemblies come out easily and you have access to the bulbs.
On the steering column. There is the yoke to twist to turn on the head lights. Well on that same yoke, underneath the buttom side facing the dash, look for a little lever, or on some a tiny sliter. Tun on the headlights first, then move the lever. This will turn on the fpg lamps. They will not come on without the headlights on.
the square box that all 3 lights are held in by can be taken out, just pry it on the top or bottom with a flat head screw driver, once you get it out you should see the wires that connect to the buttons,there are four tabs, 2 on each side, that you can just push in and the back panel should come off, it will look like a circuit board. twist the light bulb left or right and you should see how it comes out, just replace the bulb, and put back in and twist. should only have to twist 1/4 of a turn. snap everything back in place and it should be working. hope this helps.