Courtesy Step Light Bulb Replacement Guide
How to replace the courtesy step light bulbs in the interior door panels of a 2007 to 2015 Mazda CX-9 SUV with pictures.
Courtesy Step Light
Pry Out Lens Cover
Lens Cover Removed
automotive "how-to" guide was specifically written to assist owners
of the 1st generation (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013,
2014 & 2015) Mazda CX-9 crossover SUV in replacing a burnt
out courtesy step light bulb at the bottom of the interior door
Owners of other Mazda vehicles such as the MAZDA2, MAZDA3, MAZDA6, MX-5 Miata, RX-8, MAZDASPEED3, MAZDA5, Tribute SUV, and CX-7 crossover may also find this guide to be helpful.
A replacement light bulb for the courtesy step lights in the door panels of a '07-15 Mazda CX-9 is part # 2825 available from manufacturers such as Sylvania, GE, Phillips, Wagner, PIAA and Eiko.
The tools needed to replace the courtesy step light bulbs include a small flathead screwdriver and a set of needle nose pliers or tweezers.
|Insert the blade of
the flathead screwdriver between the edge of the translucent light bulb
cover and the door panel. Gently pry out the lens cover and place it aside
in a safe place.
If you are replacing the OEM bulb with a colored bulb or an aftermarket LED bulb, use gloves or needle nose pliers to safely pull out the original bulb which may be very hot.
|Push in a new # 2825 wedge base bulb into the courtesy step light socket. Since the car door is open, the bulb should immediately light up.|
|Line up the
translucent plastic lens cover over the courtesy step light and gently snap
it back into place.
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