Happy to hear you found the problem but sorry to say, I would have to look at it figure out how to remove the bulb. If access to it is impossible from under the hood, look from underneath to see if the socket is plugged in to the housing. If it is, you'll see the wires coming out of the socket. Turn it a quarter turn counter clockwise, then pull it out.
From on top, look for a screwdriver fitting on the end of a long rod. Sometimes those are used when the actual screw head is down real far and hard to reach. The part you turn is up higher where you can see it. Those screws can be eight inches long.
On some cars you have to loosen the battery and slide it to the side. If you still can't figure it out, pop over to the dealer and ask one of the mechanics. They might not have time to show you but most of them will be more than happy to at least explain it to you. At the very nice Chrysler dealership I used to work for, the guys in the parts department would install it for you if you bought the bulb from them. That's assuming a lot of time-consuming disassembly wasn't required.
Sunday, November 7th, 2010 AT 3:58 PM