Here are the steps as i will try to simplify the best i can. The bulb is located under the lens. You may have to give the light fixture a tug. All replies are greatly appreciated. Finally I tried a small pair of needle nose pliers and turned the connector counter clockwise as looking at it from the drivers seat and it came loose. It was easy to get to once these pins were removed and the cover will allow you to reach in and grab the light.
Hold down the kno … b for at leat 5 seconds. You don't need to remove the steering wheel, … just slide the cover sideways to take it out. The pins can be reused and will pop back in when replacing. If that does'nt WorkTake the Rear Red Lens off and take a 12Volt Tester After Removing the Bulbs and Check to see if you have 12 Volts Reaching you Tail Light Bulb Sockets. And make sure they are Grounded Good.
If you put in single filament bulbs it will be on from the tail light voltage and the brakes will not show. Hold the bulb by the plastic or metal portion. Turn the bulb base counterclockwise. I took a photo of the assembly pulled out, but this wiki doesn't apparently allow inclusion of images oh well. The lens is held in place by by pressure clips.
The indication light flashes and the bars displayed in the odometer disappear gradually. You may replace the following bulbs by yourself. Try this; Turn off the lights, press the brake pedal. It looks like a vent. The light fixture will loosen up. If is the same as before the bulbs are wrong. Turn the bulb base counterclockwise.
Jack up the vehicle so that there is plenty of room to work with. If the sockets for the Tail Lights have 12 Volts to Them ,Replace Thye Bulbs With New ,Hopefully this Solves Your Problem. The handle's a bright yellow loop so it stands out. Look on the passenger side for the inset handle remove the screw and the plastic piece comes off. Just be careful when removing. You also neet to find out if you had a bad bulb that shorted so you can rest knowing that what caused it to burn out in the frist place is fixed.
Open trunk, pull back inside carpet. Gently screw in the new bulb where the old build was. Once the connect was loose, it pulls straight back and the bulb is one of the spade type bulb that just plugs into the connector. The dipstick is between the rightmost your left cylinder exhaust and the next one inboard. If pulling outwards doesn't work, you probably have rusty screws and need to hammer them out from the inside. Pull the bulb straight out from the socket.
Depending which side you need to replace lever out from the top with a flat bladed screwdriver. So had to use the pliers again and was finished with that job. Temporary condensation build-up on the inside of the headlight lens does not indicate a malfunction. This may damage the headlights or cause condensation to build up on the lens. Reassemble the cluster and connect the wires. I used cotton balls slightly dipped in isoprophyl alcohol to clean the panel including the odometers to make it more visible.
Then you have to turn the bulb holder to release it. Tail light on a Toyota Yaris 1. You might as well clean the inside of the cluster. Replace the bulb, then the holder, then replug the wire. You will be able to see all the mounted in a plastic holder. We use the United States Post Office and FedEx for our shipments.