You have to remove the instrument cluster to get access to the bulbs.
You have to remove the the tailgate trim to access the bulb.
remove the felt lining in the trunk. this will allow you access to the bulbs.
If you can't access the bulbs take the light assy off and turn the bulbs counterclockwise to remove them
If you can not remove fasteners from outside of trunk you must make a cut-out inside of trunk so you can get your hand to access bulbs.
Remove the taillight assembly to gain access to the bulbs
Unscrew the grey pannel off of the talilight assembly to gain access to the light bulbs, then the bulbs remove from the pannel by simply pulling them out.
remove module and remove top. have to sodder new bulbs in. or can buy one on eBay for about 30.00
inside the bonnet behind where the bulbs are there will be a big plastic cap and if you twist it you will have access to the cluster of bulbs.
Remove the dash cluster to gain access to the back of the cluster to change the bulbs.
Remove the entire headlight assembly to gain access to the bulbs.
When changing the lights on a 1995 Acura Integra remove the dash on the center console and pull it off. Remove all the accessories and reach the old bulbs. Replace the bulbs.
Open your trunk. Remove the black pins in the felt liner and then you'll see the tail light assembly. You can access the bulbs without removing the assembly. Just get the felt liner out of the way.
The bulbs can be replaced by getting access inside the engine compartment. On the right side remove the intake air filter housing and snorkel. You should be able to access the low beams through the access hole. On the drivers side you'll have to remove the carrier plate, 6-7 screws. Again you can access the low beams through the access hole.
Drop the tailgate, access the screws to remove the taillight assembly. Remove the screws holding the circuit board to the assembly, pull the board and you will have access to the bulbs.
Remove the headlight assembly to gain access to the bulbs.
Lift the bonnet. remove the 3 bolts attaching the headlight casing to the bodywork. Detach the electric connector to the lights in the engine bay and remove the headlight assembly from the body work. Easy access then gained to all light bulbs for changing.
The possible cause is that the light bulbs have burned out. You have to remove the entire dash facing to access the computer. The facing is removed by gently pulling on it. It will pop off and allow access to the screws holding the trip computer in place. Remove the trip computer carefully and remove the bulbs by turning them out. Hope this helps
Remove grill for better access. Then proceed to remove bulbs. The fog lights set inside casing. Unscrew them and replace bulbs. Return mechanism s and they should shine properly.
Access to the bulbs is easy. They are removed from inside the trunk. Fold back the trunk liner(carpeting) and twist the individual bulb holder to remove it. Then you will see the bulb and twist it to remove it from the holder.
You will have to remove the front bumper cover and grill to access the headlight assembly. I paid about $100 to have it done at the dealer.Type your answer here...
You must remove the under car apron under front bumper then lift down and access bulbs from behind fog lights
I just did this to my radio. You must remove the radio for the dash. Open the radio to reveal the circuit board and solder new bulbs on the board. I found the bulbs at Radio shack online.
Remove the headlight assemblies and you will have access to the signal bulbs. See sources and related links below for bulb information.
My Suburban doesn't have bulbs...they are LED lights. Newer models have bulbs. If your fuse inside the drivers' side panel is ok, your lights probably have to be replaced if it's not in the wiring. I checked at the dealership today...a wonderful 258.00! So, to answer your question, mine doesn't have bulbs...
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