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ismith3 Posted - Jun 16 2010 : 11:02:11
I am attempting to change a light bulb in the cabin in my 27 PC. I can't figure out how to get to the bulb. Do you have to change the whole fixture or can you you replace a bulb?
I changed a bulb in a dome light on the radar arch but the fixture in the cabin is different.
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BenDiss Posted - Jun 19 2010 : 21:15:56
That's got to be different than what I have. These turn real easy. I'd put something between your tool and the headliner.
ismith3 Posted - Jun 19 2010 : 10:27:08
Those things just don't want to turn. Going to use a bottle opener and see if that works. Worried that I might break the fitting!
ismith3 Posted - Jun 16 2010 : 20:16:18
OK. I will give it a try. Thanks!
BenDiss Posted - Jun 16 2010 : 17:34:41
I don't know about a 27PC, but on my 400SS, the chrome ring twists counter-clockwise and is removed to allow access to the halogen bulb.

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