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Horrible pain in the ass!


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#1 OFFLINE   richy

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Posted 28 June 2015 - 11:25 PM

We are driving to Myrtle Beach tomorrow and my L Amber turn signal/DRL burned out. I got a replacement and decided to do it myself. Unfortunately there isn't a good video tutorial on YT which is how I often learn how to do stuff. One website I did find (and I seem to reading this elsewhere too) was that it had to be accessed via the front wheel well. I did loosen it but I could not remove it from the socket due to being blocked from behind. I was able to remove it and change the bulb from inside the hood. It took quite a while of fiddling and swearing to get the new one in. I HATE THAT DESIGN!!!





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#2 OFFLINE   enigma-2

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Posted 22 December 2015 - 07:27 PM

I completely agree. I changed my headlights to put in Silverstars, finally ended up using a (I think) 1" crow's foot socket to be able to get a grip on the drivers side bulb. Real pain for such a routine service function. Must be designed to force owners to take to local dealer for service.






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