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How do you get to the front signal lights in a 1994 probe to change the bulbs?

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2007-09-23 01:38:10
2007-09-23 01:38:10

I've found that the best way to change out the front turn signals of Ford Probe is to jack up the front end of the side of the car that needs to have the turn signal bulb replaced. Then remove the two hex headed screws and the two plastic panel connectors that are holding the inner fender liner to the front fender. These are located just forward of the front wheel. After you remove these parts you can fold the inner fender liner back and reach up to unlock the light socket from the turn signal lens. This can be done without jacking up the car, but it's a bit more difficult.

1. Remove the screws and pull down on the front portion of the fender liner. This provides just enough room for your hand to reach in and access the two bulb holders.

2. Turn the bulb holder counterclockwise and pull it out of the housing.

3. Pull the bulb from the holder and replace.

** What the book DOESN"T tell you is that it's a whole lot easier if you turn the tires opposite from the side you need to get too. Also, if you have really large4 hands or forearms, you may need to take the tire off altogether.

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