You'll have to remove the headlight to gain access, which means the grille needs to come out as well. Easy, but be careful with the plastic clips. Actually, probably go ahead and order some replacement clips.
order some replacement clips.
My Tracker doesn't have these lights but I did a search one time and came back with "City" lights.what purpose does it serve
That makes more sense than city lights. I should have realized the Suzuki lights were single filament bulbs from the number of wires going to the socket in parts breakdown (above).on a Tracker the park light bulb is part of the turn signal..
My Tracker doesn't have these lights but I did a search one time and came back with "City" lights.
This is called a City Light. They are used in cities where there is a lot of street light and the use of headlights does more harm than good. Not really applicable in North America where drivers aren't taught about them and they aren't the main DRL's.
If they're not that important (parking light or city light) I can probably disable the working one on the other side and no one will notice for the time being. As long as the DRLs or main lights and turn signals are working. But I will look into the replacement bulb and fasteners, I'm already an expert at removing the grill.😄Those are park lights or side lights, and Trackers have them, they just use a different bulb - on a Tracker the park light bulb is part of the turn signal..
Thanks for this pic! Will this work? I looked up the OEM and the ratings are 12V, 5W but when I looked up in AutoZone for a similar bulb, High Mount or Courtesy Light, it is 14V,5W . A side marker bulb from AZ shows 14V, 3.8W . Suzukiparts.com categorizes this as a High Mount or Marker Lamp bulb, which shows two different voltages and wattages in AutoZone's offering for each one. Or maybe I should just order directly for OEM. 😐View attachment 109630
Is this any help?