naw the uh driving lights, these:jarhead_jr said:if your talking about the headlights, just look at the front when they are popped up and unscrew the four screws. Pull out the old bulb, throw in a new one and your good to go. i did it in less than half an hour and I'm the worst mechanic ever...lol
yeah i checked the bgb, theres only stuff about the headlightsLyer said:-Those are easy, it'll take you about 15-20 minutes depending if the screws are rusted or not. Just unscrew the 2 screws at the top of the lights, twist the harness and pull out the light. It should be pretty straight forward from there. If anything im sure there's a diagram in the online BGB.
Nice background! (I might be biased since it's my car...)Ghettoraid said:naw the uh driving lights, these:
heh nice car, reminds me of mineKennyC said:Nice background! (I might be biased since it's my car...)
Maybe it's just me, but I think I'd make sure that power is going to the fog lights first before changing the bulbs. I'd check either at the lights themselves or after the relay that turns them on. Since both of them are out, there is a possibility that you have a problem other than burned out bulbs. :2cents:
ThanksGhettoraid said:heh nice car, reminds me of mine
From the "Modification to MkII MR2 Fog Lights" article on mr2.com...Ghettoraid said:where are relays +fuses located?
IIRC the fuses are located in the frunk fuse box.Marcus Hall said:Follow the circuit on the '94 wiring diagram: The fog lights are controlled by a relay in the front trunk (on the right side). Control of the fog lights is accomplished by controlling this relay. As shipped from the factory, the control circuit is powered through the high beam filaments, through the relay coil, then through the control switch. In the '91-92 models, the other side of the control switch is routed directly to ground (or so it appears), but in the '93+ models it is routed through the retract control relay (on the left side in the front trunk), through the headlight switch, and then to ground.