It's extremely easy - you're psyching yourself out. Pop the hood, look between the park lamp and the headlamp from the top - there are tabs on the park lamp with "hook" clips. Use a flat head screw driver, and put the screwdriver gently between the clips and the mount it hooks onto; gently pull outwards while you pull fowards on the park lamp itself.I meant WHERE do I find the clip? Can I get to it easily? Facing the lamp, is it to to left side? Upper or bottom? If the Assembly is sealed, can I get to the bulb without damaging the plastic assmebly?
If there is a high mount light, it must be functional as well to pass safety. I changed my bulbs but it was awhile ago and I don't recall how it is fastened.. I can have a look later - I'm at work right now.All of a sudden, the right turn signal light is working. But I now have a different problem. My 1994 Dodge Intrepid failed inspection because the right turn signal light didn't work as well as the brake light; not the two on the rear left and right where the signals are, but the one in the upper center at the rear window. I thought you only needed the rear left and right brake light counted during inspection. Anyway, how do I replace the bulb(s) there? I've tried today but the plastic doesn't want to disengage. I'm afraid I'll break it. The fuse looks OK.