Re: Replacing the front lights on a Nissan Almera.
I needed my headlight bulb changed. The repair shop quoted $125. Their repair manual said the front bumper had to be removed to access the light. But they found a work-around: by removing the battery, they were able to get at the light and replace the bulb. Only cost me $46 to replace my $5 bulb!
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ONly sign I would use is if it gives a mileage in the maintenance portion of your owners manual. Most times it is timing belts that need replaced at 80K miles or whatever but that isn't necessarily the case with timing chains.
No other real sign on when to change them other than when the fail and when that happens you jump from replacing the belt/chain to replacing the engine.
Check the brake light switch under the dash at the brake peddle and make sure its working if it does not close when you depress the brake peddle the lights will not work You may hve to remove the lower cover for the dash to get at the switch