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problem with most outside lights are, they tend to get hard to open because they are outside, without being there to look at it, i would say that you need to get a ladder and look at the light and see if you can see the threads on any of the knobs, then if you do gently use a pair of plyers to remove the knobs, hope this helps
Look it over, get involved and remove whatever screws hold it to the body/fender etc. Most screws are Torx type fastners. No torx sockets or driver bits, your done before you start. Torx have been on veh for 25 years.
The screws by the lights probably only hold the fixture in place. If you took the screws out you would only get access to the fixture and maybe some wiring. If you have already replaced the lights you can assume its not the fixtures. Not likely both fixtures failed at the same time. The common problems would be the light switch. You would need to gain access to the switch and then check that for power.
You already know house power is good because the fan is working, But since both lights failed and new bulbs don't fix the problem it would most likely be a switch.
According to their website it looks like that whole front panel should come off including the fixtures and the switches.
MAKE SURE THE POWER IS TURNED OFF......REMEMBER THE FAN WON'T WORK IF THE POWER IS OFF.
Once you remove that you can check the wiring harness for the lights. You may also see wire nuts on the harness double check those as well.
I think you have already figured out what the problem most likely is; 60 watt bulbs. Down-size the wattage or install 'energy saver' bulbs if they will fit the application. Instead of counting on these units for extra lighting, perhaps think about Track lighting to fill in those ares that need more but subtle light.
Good luck. :)
I'm not sure if my Savona is the same one, but on mine, just remove the filter and you can see the base of the light bulb up above the fan base. You can see where the bulb screws into the fixture. Grab the ceramic portion of the bulb, and turn that part. You may want to steady the socket with your other hand because it is very flimsy.