Another will be halfway along the tail light towards the top, and then another on the far side. There is no such thing as a 2003 mazda6. Feel free to use any replacement light bulb sizes that are listed on Modified Life but keep in mind that all information here is provided as is without any warranty of any kind. Gently pull them out of the bulb compartment. There are much more detailed instructions with pictures! Now grasp the plastic tail light assembly firmly, and pull it strongly backwards.
Undo the clip it'll be self explanatory if you've gotten this far. You can change all bulbs standing directly in front of the car-the driver's side is a little harder than the passenger's side due to less space to work in, but it can still be done. You can do the whole process just under the hood. Assuming you mean headlight bulbs. Then consult your owner's manual for the headlight bulb replacement procedure.
You see a bolt, remove it. I have changed them myself quite a few times, finally fixed the short. I was hoping someone would be able to just tell me how it's done. They are removed by first loosening the inner circle probably moves back about 1cm , and then the whole do-hickey can be removed by gently prying the outer rings. First pop the hood -obviously. Turn it counter clockwise and remove. There is a hidden screw under both front tires.
The filter has quick clip safety connectors at each end. Some systems have electrical circuits that drop decrease the voltage to certain units like lights. . This pin can stick, so be very careful not to break something. I've heard some say to open the gas cap and let it sit for 30 minutes or so to let some of the pressure equalize. This is just how I personally did mine and is not in any way endorsed by Mazda or the Ford Motor Company.
See sources and related links below for replacement bulb information. You need to purchase a replacement H1 55 watt halogen bulb. See sources and related links below for replacement bulb information. Remove the 2 plugs in each door by pulling them straight out. When finished test the lights. See sources and related links below for replacement bulb information. Yes, I had to take the front bumper off… 1 Pop hood.
On the inner edge of each tail light assembly you will find two screws. Do your research before you add comments and embarrass yourself and don't overwork yourself. Always verify all light bulb sizes, bulb voltage usage and bulb wattage before applying any information found here to your 2003 Mazda 6. It is a wire that looks like a loop off a paper clip. Then there are three brass-ish long screws with 10mm nuts. I watched him do it - twisted the cover off - popped the bulb out and popped the new one in. Directly behind the head light bulb is a cap that comes off by twisting it a quarter turn.
Then consult your owner's manual for the headlight bulb replacement procedure. This needs removed as well. Remove those three nuts, and you can pull out the tail light assembly. It doesn't twist in and I don't see any snaps. The passenger side has more room to work, so you may want to do that side first… You have to go thru the fender well under the plastic. I was trying to think of others way to replace the headlights and did it in a much easier way in my opinon.
The owner's manual states the dealer must replace this bulb, but it can be done yourself if you are handy. It is a wire that looks like a loop off a paper clip. About a dozen little plastic rivets and 2 metal screws holding on mudguard. You should now be able to see and get to the five nuts that hold on the assembly. I own a 2003 Mazda 6 which I bought in late 2002. You can either get the switch replace, or we did the cheap way replace the sprint and put everything back together….