First you need to go to the store and purchase a light. I went to Advance Auto and they will look it up for you if you cannot remember but the number is a 2057. So the guy wouldn't help me install it even after I asked him, so rather than pay a mechanic and arm and a leg to install a light I figured I would do it myself. The light cost me about 3 dollars. Can you imagine paying a mechanic a bill too along with 3 bucks, me neither....
I searched online and could not find any more information on it so I took a video which I am going to try to post on youtube or something , never posted a video before but this will help people so it is for a good cause.
- Park your car pop open the trunk. You don't need any tools.
- Find the socket under the top of the trunk (looks like base of a bulb holder in a house light, black)
- Turn the socket to the LEFT and pull down.
- Push the bulb IN, turn to the LEFT and pull out (similar to child proof lid concept)
- Reverse the steps with a new bulb.
So there it is and you test the brake so you will need a person to see to if it worked or maybe do a mirror trick. That's it, no ticket.
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