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Remove 1. Bolts retaining license plate lamp to bumper. 2. Socket from license plate lamp. 3. License plate lamp. 4. Bulb from socket. Install or Connect 1. New bulb to socket. 2. Socket to license plate lamp. 3. License plate lamp. 4. Bolts to retain license plate lamp to bumper.
How do you change the lamp on the license plate of a lincoln ls 2000?
HOW IS BEST WAY TO REMOVE BULB ON THE GMC CANYON FOR LICENSE PLATE LAMP ?
# Remove the license plate. ## Remove the screws from the license plate lamp. # Remove the license plate lamp from the end gate. # Remove the license plate lamp socket, turning counterclockwise. # Remove the bulb from the license plate lamp socket. ## Install the bulb to the license plate lamp socket. # Install the license plate lamp socket, turning clockwise. Notice:Use the correct fastener in the correct location. Replacement fasteners must be the correct part number for that application. Fasteners requiring replacement or fasteners requiring the use of thread locking compound or sealant are identified in the service procedure. Do not use paints, lubricants, or corrosion inhibitors on fasteners or fastener joint surfaces unless specified. These coatings affect fastener torque and joint clamping force and may damage the fastener. Use the correct tightening sequence and specifications when installing fasteners in order to avoid damage to parts and systems.# Install the license plate lamp to the end gate. TightenTighten the screws to the license plate lamp to 2 N·m (18 lb in). # Install the screws to the license plate lamp. # Install the license plate.
== # Remove screws attaching license plate lamp to rear bumper # Remove lamp from bumper. # Remove bulb socket from lamp. # Pull bulb from socket. == # Install bulb into socket. # Install bulb socket into lamp. # Place lamp in position. # Install screws attaching license plate lamp to rear bumper.
To change the license plate lamp on a 1998 Bravada, locate the bulb. Visit an auto parts store to obtain the exact bulb and screw it in place.
Remove two rear lamp bolt/screws from rear license lamp. Remove lacense lamp from rear bumper fascia. Remove license lamp bulb and socket from rear license lamp. Replace bulb and install using reverse procedure.
I think for most cars, the license plate lamp is on the same fuse as the taillights, so if the taillights are working, and the license plate lamp isn't, check the globe or the wire
Replacing license plate lamp bulbsThe license plate bulbs are locatedbehind the rear bumper. To changethe license plate lamp bulbs:1. Reach behind the rear bumper tolocate the bulb.2. Twist the bulb socketcounterclockwise and carefully pullto remove it from the lampassembly.3. Pull out the old bulb from thesocket and push in the new bulb.4. Install the bulb socket in lamp assembly by turning it clockwise.
how to change 2005 equinox license plate light i removed the screws but it didn't release
The 2001 Ford Focus Owner Guide shows : ( C-5W , license plate lamp )
The following Instructions are for all 1991, 92, 93 DeVille Sedans and Coupes.Remove rear license plate.Remove 4 nuts underneath license plate.Separate license pocket (with reverse lights) from body.Remove license plate lamp socket from license plate pocket (1/4 turn counter clockwise)Pull bulb (straight out) from socket.Push new bulb into socket (line up blade to slot in socket).Install license plate lamp socket to license plate pocket (1/4 turn clockwise)Install license pocket (with reverse lights) on to body.Install 4 nuts underneath license plate.Install rear license plate.
The lamps are spring loaded on one side. Push the lamp towards the center and remove. Put in bulb and snap back in.
Nope. The license place bulb on the '84 is unique to the entire car.
Open the trunk, then remove the 1st and 2nd rows of black liner insert pegs. The color of the pegs may vary. Lower the trunk liner enouph to see the inside of the license plate lamp. Remove old lamp and install the new one. The job takes about 15 mins.
there should be little screws that you screw out and they pop out and you twist the bulb to remove it
there should be screws that hold the clear lense on and i believe the bulb twist out
Check the rear license plate light.
Any auto parts store. Or Walmart.
This is well detailed and illustrated in the Owners Manual - See "Related Questions" below for links to FREE Owners Manual downloads.Also, the bulb type / number is 168 - takes 2 of them.Straight from the 2002 Owners Manual, page 63-64 (other years are the same or very similar):Replacing license plate lamp bulbs - SedanMake sure headlamp switch is in OFF position and remove two screws, grommets and the license plate lamp assembly from the trunk lid.Carefully pull the bulb from the socket and push in the new bulb.Install the lamp assembly on trunk lid with two grommets, ensuring the grommets are pushed all the way in to the trunk lid and secure with two screws.Replacing license plate lamp bulbs - WagonMake sure headlamp switch is in OFF position and remove screw and the license plate lamp assembly from liftgate.Remove bulb socket by turning counterclockwise.Carefully pull the bulb out from the socket and push in the new bulb (#168).Install the lamp assembly on liftgate with screw.
To replace the license plate lamps, do this (all of this is done from outside of the car): 1. Open the trunk lid so you'll have easier access to the license plate area. 2. Using a philips-type screwdriver, remove the lenses from the two lamp areas above the license plate. You'll probably need to pry them loose, but carefully. (BTW, now's a good time to clean them, right? Sure!) 3. Pry the bulbs from their sockets, replacing both of them. 4. Replace both lamp socket lenses. Done! (I've done this, and it really is this simple...)
This is an easy one, but.... I spent a good half an hour figuring it out. The license plate lamp requires no tools to replace. Above the license plate is a small bulb housing. At the back of the bulb housing is the bulb socket that locks into place. Simply turn the socket 90 degrees moving the socket clockwise as you're facing the rear of the car and wiggle it out. The bulb simply pulls out and the new one pushes in!
Use a small straight screw driver and there is a clip at top of lamp. slightly press down and remove.
Phillips screwdriver...two screws throught the lens. Remove the lens and extract the lamp. It pulls out.