I have a 95.
If if in rear, just "unscrew" the little plastic wing looking things around the back tailight trim...pop out the WHOLE trim thing, and find the bulb not working, replace it, pop it all back in, put the wingy things back on tighten them up...done.
If in the front, I think you can just pop open the hood, look in there next to the headlite "bulbs" so cool they are...and you should be able to replace there.
By removing the locks that hold the headlight assembly in place you can wiggle the headlight assembly out to gain access to the headlight bulbs for replacement.
There are no bulbs, it is a panel of mini-lights. You access this from the trunk area.
You don't need to replace any bulbs or fuses. The problem lies within the circuitboard, which I am able to refurbish. Contact me a ANCTechnologies at hotmail
Remove the door panel.
you can take the tail light out by unscrewing the wing nuts in the trunk, when all wing nuts are off pull the tail light out then take the light bulbs out to replace the tail light.
Remove access panel in trunk area--Wing nuts should release taillight assembly and bulbs twist out
Remove the entire headlight assembly to gain access to the bulbs.
If you can not remove fasteners on outside, you may need to cut a section out of the inside of trunk to get your hand by the bulbs.
Generally, the lense has small tabs on it that can be gently pried out to get access to the bulbs.
Could be a blown fuse bad bulbs or bad switch check you wiring in the lights to make sure not getting a short
Need to check all fuse
Bulbs cannot be replaced. Entire control module must be replaced.