Replacing Side Lights on a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Good morning. I have a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee identical to the middle JGC in the banner.
This past weekend I took it in for an inspection, and it failed because I neither of the sidelights work. Mechanic said it was 12.99 a bulb, and $59 labor each, so a total of almost 150 to replace two lightbulbs.
Being the poor person that I am, I declined and told them I'd try to replace them myself.
Went to Autozone, found the bulbs for 4.99 (for both).
Popped the hood, found no way to access the side lights.
Bought the Haynes manual - was told I needed to remove the headlight assembly.
After I took the grill off, the Haynes manual says to remove three screws to take the headlight assembly out. I found the one on top (obviously), the one underneath, but can't find the third. Haynes book says it's to the bottom inside corner of the light, and I see what looks like a screw, but it seems impossible to remove. I can't fit any tools in there.
Am I poking at the right thing?
Could someone offer assistance?
I've searched high and low on the internet for answers, or pictures of what I need to be looking for, but with no luck. Times are tough financially, and Id hate to pay so much just to replace some bulbs.
Much appreciated to anyone who can offer assistance