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Old 01-28-2009, 01:39 PM
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Hi All,

Does anyone know how toremove the covering off the overhead map light, without cracking, so I can change the bulb? The driver side light does notcome onand I'm sure it's just the bulb (but not positive), just don't know how to remove the covering. Can someone help me out? Thanks in advance, have a great day!!

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What year?
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Flat head screwdriver and soft hands
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Flat head screwdriver and soft hands
How cute!

The dome light (in the middle of the roof) lens (clear) can be pryed off with a flathead... and soft hands, I guess.

The map light (near the rearview mirror) has two Philips screws holding it in. You have to pop the sunglasses holder down to access them. (This is for a 98-02 Accord)
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This is not the section to ask this! This is a personal introduction area. As soon as I figure out how to move this I will.

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