The side marker lights can be removed by releasing the amber or red housing from the bumper fascia. To release the amber front side markers, use a long, stiff rod (I used a 1/8" x 1" steel bar about 30 inches long) to compress the large plastic clip on the end of the housing. The clip is accessible from the engine compartment behind the headlight housing. Good lighting is essential to see where you are poking and a helper is beneficial. Once you see the clip and have an appropriate bar or rod, depressing the plastic spring clip and rotating the housing out is a 30 second affair. Once the housing is out, the socket and wiring can be pressed toward the housing to compress the o-ring while twisting counter-clockwise one quarter of a turn. The "168" type bulb is 5 watts and is simply pushed in or pulled out. I recommend looking at the front side marker lights from inside the engine compartment even if only to see how the rear side marker light is constructed. They are only different in color. The rear housing is a bit more difficult, but not impossible. I use an 8mm socket to remove one screw that holds the leading tip of the wrap-around bumper fascia. It is easily located by going straight down into the wheel well from the leading edge (hinge side) of the fuel filler door. It screws straight up into plastic, so be careful not to strip it on re-assembly. Once that screw is out (again, I can't stress how important good lighting is) the bumper skin and wheel-well liner can be carefully pulled apart and you can see the leading edge of the red, rear housing and the plastic spring clip. Indeed, Hyundai engineers even created a notch in the wheel well housing so that seasoned professionals can access the clip by feel and experience. I used a 14" long regular screwdriver to depress the spring and rotate the housing out. The bulb, socket, and housing arrangement are the same as above. A few miscellaneous notes: EVERY source I have seen mis-identifies the bulb type for this make and model. It IS a 5 watt 168 bulb. The housing is stamped with that information. These applications (in my humble opinion) are ideal for LED bulb replacement. Just be sure to get amber LED assemblies for the amber housing and red LED assemblies for the red housing. 2 x WLED-A5 amber bulbs for the fronts and 2 x WLED-R5 red bulbs for the rears cost $17 right to my mailbox. I know that's a bit more, but consider this: a local shop wasted their time quoting me $20 to replace a SINGLE 168 bulb covering my license plate!
how do change the front marker lights on my 08 kia spectra can't get at them from under the hood
This is a continuation of the question. The head lights turn on, but all 4 of the marker lights and the dash lights don't come on. I have to keep turning the light switch on and off until they eventually come on. Once I have dash lights and marker lights they stay on normally until I shut the car off, then I have to start all over again. All fuses in the fuse box are good and not loose. What could be causing the problem? Sorry for not putting these details in the original question.
How do you replace the side marker lights on a 2008 saturn vue?, they seem to be hid completely in the body.
Take it to an authorized Hyundai dealer. All their parts are certified replacement parts and come with their own warranty.
You can replace the marker lights on a 2008 GMC Yukon Denali by removing the retaining screws and disconnecting the wiring harness. The bulb can then be unscrewed and a new bulb put in place.
Turn signal lights that double as parking (marker lights) when not blinking.
To assist drivers in maintaining road safety, marker lights are installed in road lanes and partitions, making them easily visible. Marker lights can either be LED-powered or merely reflective.
Don't worry about breaking it, you will have to pop it out and replace the whole light. It usually run around $25 for a pair of lights.
The 1995 Pontiac Grand Am has reflectors on the sides that may look like side marker lights, but they are only reflectors. The tail lights and front parking lights are so positioned that they can be viewed from the sides, so separate side marker lights are unnecessary.
how do you replace side marker light on 2008 chevy trailblazer
What about them?
You have to take off the plastic shrouds in the inside of the wheel wells. There are about 4-5 plastic "push-in" screws (or snaps) that you have to pop out, then remove the shroud, and when you look into the wheel well you will be able to see the marker lights. Pop out the bulbs and replace but be careful because often times the bulbs have shattered and you'll cut yourself. Good luck.
where can I find a video on how to replace a 2006 rear SIDE MARKER bulb>
How do you replace 2001 Mercedes c320 front marker light
Cab lights. Wrong.... Marker lights
It's the head lights only.
The license plate lights are not in a separate fuce by it seft. They are the same as your side marker lights. So, check if your side marker lights are working and if they are them is a bad license plate light bulb.
Remove the two bolts that hold the whole trim assembly together. Remove the outer trim and turn signal and then the marker lights to change them.
* Raise the car and suitably support it on jackstands * From below you can access both the turn signal and side marker lights * The side marker bulb holder pulls straight out of the socket and the turn signal bulb holder must be rotated to remove it
Illegal color of side marker lights. If present, must be yellow in the front and red in the rear (25106, 24003 VC).
I took a few screws out of the front wheel well mud guard behind the marker light and reached in through there to remove and replace the side marker light.
How do u replace the rear side marker bulb/light on a 2003 vw passat??
I have same problem have you figured it out yet?
yes most of the time but they should at least have there marker lights on for safety