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SilvrGTS
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Tampa Florida
Nov 16, 12:58pm - #327728 
Bulb Replacement

Everything in the celica has a cover over it, making it extremly difficult to get to the right blinker bulb ( if ur sitting in the drives seat) its burnt out and i have a bulb to replace it, i just dont know the easiest way to get to the bulb, i tried going threw the headlight but the headlight is being difficult and i didnt wanna force it out, whats the easiest way?

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Fort Wayne, IN
Nov 16, 1:08pm - #327729 
The engine cover is easily removed, and then the right side is no harder than the left side. The blinker and parking lights are easy to get at. Just twist the base of the bulb about 90 and it will pull right out.

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Nov 16, 1:09pm - #327730 
eyyy check my post to frown

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