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I need to replace a burned out bulb in my bathroom. The bulb is fc8t9/22w. I can't figure out how to remove/unplug the bulb in order to replace it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is one screw on top of headlight assembly that holds turn signal lens in place you have to remove that screw and pull lens straight out. As far as head lamps go its just a matter of getting your hand behind headlight assembly to remove the collar that holds the bulbs in place.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
Hi ' this sounds a bit daft but it works ' put the light unit in the oven on a low heat for about 45 mins ' this should be enough to soften the seal and allow the light to be opened ' you need to re-seal again after bulb replacement
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
if you are removing the power clip, grab the recepticle it was plugged in to (look at your new bulb as a reference) and twist counterclockwise. The entire bulb assembly will come out, and replace with the new assembly.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
SOURCE: I need to replace a tail light
Hi,If you open the tailgate you will see two plastic plugs on the light unit prise these out and you will see the 2 torx screws these can be removed with the SAAB toolkit you can then slide the lamp unit out to replace the faulty bulb.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
SOURCE: Tail Light in 2004 Beetle
If you need to replace your tail light bulb, first remove the cover (it's round) from the inside of your trunk. There will be a black knob that needs to be unscrewed totally to release the back light casing. The screw is spring loaded so it is not going to fall. Be sure to hold on to the black knob. If you drop it you can retrieve it, but it's best to not drop it. Next pry the light casing from the fender with a knife or some other sturdy object. It is best to pry the light out from the line that runs from the light to the hatchback door. Don't be afraid, it takes a little force to pull out. After you pull out casing, you'll find two light switches. The one with one filament is for the turn signals and the one with two filaments is for the break light. Turn the light switch counter clockwise and remove. Switch out light bulb with new one (AutoZone has them for about $5.00 - package of 2). Replace every thing back as you uninstalled it. It is recommended that you replace all bulbs, that way it you don't have to do it again later when they go out. It'll save you the time and hassle of doing this again. Hope this will help anyone so print and save in your manual for later use.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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