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Front Right side marker light replacement

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#1 OFFLINE   BruceG


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Posted 10 July 2012 - 04:08 AM

Hi There have an 09 Flex SEL and want to replace the right hand side marker light in the front. So far I think I have to remove the headlight assembly to get at the bulb I was only able to remove two bolts but couldn't go any farther. Has anyone replaced a side marker light bulb in this location or had an opportunity to remove a headlight assembly? If anyone has done either can you provide some information on how to access the bulb.

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#2 OFFLINE   Midnight Rider

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Posted 16 July 2012 - 10:29 AM

The shop manual for my 2010 says nothing about replacing the front side marker lights. I discovered why, after digging around for a while - they are LEDs, and supposedly never need replacing. Look at the one that works on your car - if you see three small points of light, you have LEDs also. Removing the headlight assembly involves removing the bumper cover, and removing 4 bolts and a pin retainer (at the top). Other than the bumper cover, removing the headlight assembly is pretty straightforward.

If your park and turn signals on the right front work, your problem is not as simple as a blown fuse, as they are on the same circuit.

And welcome to the forum, BTW!

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