Remove 2 screws above the black trim bezel surrounding the Instrument cluster.
Insert a hard plastic or nylon prying tool into the crevice surrounding the trim and gently pry evenly all around the bezel until it pops off, or use a hook tool to grasp and pull the black bezel off.
Now you will have to remove 4 screws that hold the instrument cluster in place. Gently pull cluster forward and tilt down to expose electrical connectors. Carefully remove connectors by pushing in on the release tab and pulling up on the wires, this will remove the connector, repeat this procedure for the remaining connectors. Lower the steering column and gently remove the instrument cluster. You will notice little lamp holders at the backside of the cluster, genly grasp the holder(s), turn and pull up using a plier. Make a note where each lamp was removed. Purchase replacement part at your favorite Mazda dealer. Now just put everything back together and reinstall the instrument cluster.
There are two housings above the plate all you need is a Phillips head screw driver remove the 4 bolts and change the bulbs it's that easy
look for a break in the wiring. it might be grounded on something
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I had this same problem in my 1996 Mazda Protege. The previous owner had installed the incorrect Tail light/ Brake light bulbs. The bulbs had only one filiment instead of two. Check your bulbs first. It's the easiest and cheapest thing to do.
There are many bulbs on a vehicle, need to know which bulbs you want to change.
You have to go inside the trunk and remove the circular plastic covers from behind the lights. Then you have to unscrew the entire light and you can access the bulbs to replace them.
the plastic shield that covers the bulbs has screws that you can access with no trouble at all.
My 2007 Mazda 3 has good instructions in the owner's manual, so assuming the 2005 also does, refer to it. See sources and related links below for more information on bulbs.
open boot/trunk undo 2 screws on top of rear lens and slide out replace bulbs and refit
To remove the tail light assembly on a 1997 Mazda Protege remove the two screws that are usually covered by the trunk. After that use some force and push on the inner part of the tail light toward the side of the car. There is a clip in the side of the car that requires some force to undo. Make sure you push in the outward direction to either the driver side on the driver side tail light or the passenger side for the passenger side tail light. After that is removed the tail light should be hanging by wires ready for bulb changes. To change the bulbs just twisth the plastic part.
There is a wire harness. The bulbs tend to go out.
It depends on which bulbs you're asking about.
2001-2005 Mazda Miatas use 55w 9006 bulbs on the most outer positioned projector lamps. The center, high beam bulbs use 65w 9005 bulbs. Higher wattage bulbs are generally not recommended as the Miata harnesses have been known to melt under the higher power demands.
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why should we change away from using incandescent light bulbs
Not enough info - WHAT bulbs?
In recent years, the light bulb started to change when the newer CFL bulbs came out. The newer bulbs were energy efficient and people were urged to change older incandescent bulbs to the newer ones.
Problem Solved: The previous owner installed the incorrect tail/turn/stop light bulbs. The bulbs had only one filiment instead of two. All is working perfectly now. Don't go to Walmart to find auto parts. Go to a REAL part store!
Most won't, possibly some will. If the Mazda 6 manual is like the Mazda 3, its not too bad of a maintence to do yourself. See sources and related links below for bulb information on your Mazda 6.
Well if you open your trunk you will be able to access your plate bulbs and help you change them with ease.
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For PC bulbs, its a good idea to change them every 9-12 months.
Remove the two screws that hold the lens on, remove the lens and change the bulbs.