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remove the front bumper, and all of the fenderlinings, etc. etc. The headlights will then come off of the car, and you can access the bulbs. I can do it in about 30 minutes...now that I am an expert at it :thumbsup:
 

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RobertCTS said:
PM or post a fax number and I can send you instructions from the Service Manual. It's not a pretty job.
Can you fax me the front bumper information as well. 866-891-3571.

Thanks in advanced.
 

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LOL.. these are eazy compaired to say a VW new Beetle. You have to disasemble the whole fraggin car to get to the bulbs!
 

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PAW 47 said:
LOL.. these are eazy compaired to say a VW new Beetle. You have to disasemble the whole fraggin car to get to the bulbs!
YaSee!! The German are still pi$$ed they lost the war. Now they're getting even.:D

Mr Zipps, Your Fax was sent.
Bob
 

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Man, in my Explorer all I had to do to acess the bulbs was to flip open a little panel under the hood. Can you reach the lights by removing the tire and going through the wheelwells? I also remember seeing all of the wires coming out of the back of the headlight when I had my airbox removed. There was just a little rubber dust guard here, could that be an easier route? I dont plan on changing my bulbs right now, but just thought I'd throw out a few ideas that might be easier. Gotta say, this sounds just about as logical as the battery placement on the old Dodge Intrepids - you had to take the tire off to change it, maybe even to jump it!
 

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DDS rollin a CTS said:
Man, in my Explorer all I had to do to acess the bulbs was to flip open a little panel under the hood. Can you reach the lights by removing the tire and going through the wheelwells? I also remember seeing all of the wires coming out of the back of the headlight when I had my airbox removed. There was just a little rubber dust guard here, could that be an easier route? I dont plan on changing my bulbs right now, but just thought I'd throw out a few ideas that might be easier. Gotta say, this sounds just about as logical as the battery placement on the old Dodge Intrepids - you had to take the tire off to change it, maybe even to jump it!
Sorry, There is no way to get to the bulbs on the CTS besides taking the bumper off.
 

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I like my mazda.. I push the button for the headlight popup, undo 3 screws unplug the the 'glass' bulb and put in a new one. They sure don't do it like the old days.
 
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