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Old 09-01-2019, 12:47 AM   #1
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Replacing left tail light bulbs

Does any one here have arms long enough to reach the left tail light bulbs on a 2006 Inspire 360? It looks like I'm going to have to drop or remove the coolant reservoir tank to reach it. I can't even get to it from the bottom. Any ideas short of dropping the tank.
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Old 09-01-2019, 10:23 AM   #2
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Yes, but I'm not sure it's a better plan....when I traded our 06 Inspire in, I asked about that. Their answer was to remove the exterior vent grate, replace the light, then reweld the grate. Fortunately, for me, we traded that coach in on our current coach (07 Intrigue)
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Wish I didn't read this.
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Figured it out

After looking real hard at moving the tank I decided to remove the air intake grill on the left rear. The grill is all screwed and siliconed in. I carefully removed it. The air intake scoop is 3/8" thick plastic. I tried to get it to moved with no luck. I took my saws all to the rear side of the box and cut a slit on the top and bottom side. I could then bend the piece to the side and get my hand right to the tail light...easy! Turned out to be loose corroded bulb socket so I went to a parts store and wired in a new one. The flap I cut is pushed back and I used area flat washers to hold it back with the original screws that held the air scoop. I've now made it where I can get to the bulbs in a few minutes. I think the manufacturer puts all these parts in before the rear cap is put on.
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Thanks for sharing he clever answer. I was looking at doing the same and could not figure it out.
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