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No there not connected, replace the brake light
1999 Chevrolet Blazer Auto Light Bulb Size Guide Low Beam Headlight Bulb Size: 9006 High Beam Headlamp Light Bulb Size: 9005 Parking Light Bulb Size: 3157 Front Turn Signal Light Bulb Size: 3157 Rear Turn Signal Light Bulb Size: 3057 Tail Light Bulb Size: 3057 Stop Light Bulb Size: 3057 High Mount Stop Light Bulb Size: Assembly Fog/Driving Light Bulb Size: 880 or 881 License Plate Light Bulb Size: 194 Back Up Light Bulb Size: 3156 Front Sidemarker Light Bulb Size: 194 Ash Tray Light Bulb Size: 161 Glove Box Light Bulb Size: 194 Map Light Bulb Size: 168 or 211-2 Step/Courtesy Light Bulb Size: 168 or 211-2 Trunk/Cargo Area Light Bulb Size: 211-2 Under Hood Light Bulb Size: 93 Instrument-General Light Bulb Size: 161 or 37 or PC194 or PC74 Check Engine Indicator Light Bulb Size: PC74 Hi-Beam Indicator Light Bulb Size: PC74 Seat Belt Indicator Light Bulb Size: PC194 Brake Warning Light Bulb Size: PC74 Automatic Transmission Indicator Light Bulb Size: 194 Directional Signal Indicator Light Bulb Size: PC74 As for the horn, inspect the fuse and relay and most common it would be a bad ground wire or worst a bad horn due to corrosion. Horn will be located in the drivers side fender. Thank you for using fixya.
1.Remove the front turn signal assembly mounting screws and slide the assembly forward, out of the vehicle body. 2.Twist the bulb socket a quarter turn counterclockwise, then remove the bulb assembly from the housing 3.The defective bulb can then be removed from the socket and replaced. 4. Installation of the front turn signal assembly is the reverse of removal.
should be 1 silver phillips head screw on the corner light housing where the housing meets your front headlight housing. once you take that screw out, pull the corner light housing straight towards you, like towards the nose of the car, unclup the harness for the light bulb and your good to go
Resolved! I finally just put the bulb in the palm of my hand and put my fingers on the plastic socket (which I had given the quarter turn to release from the housing) and gave it some good firm pressure and it snapped/locked into place.
Depending on whether it is the front or the
back turn indicator light will determine on what needs to be done. If
it is the front turn indicator light open the hood of the car you may
need to take the entire headlight out. The headlight may have screws,
take the screws out then the front light will come out from the outside
of the vehicle
replace the burned out bulb. The bulb should snap right in and then put
the headlight back in make sure you put all screws back in from the
inside of the hood.
If it is the back turn indicator light, go through the trunk of the
vehicle. If there is a panel covering the lights you must unscrew the
panel and then replace the burned out light bulb. Some panels can be
folded down without removing all of the screws to access the lights.
This light may not require for you to pop the entire light out you
maybe able to just replace the bulb. After you have replaced it screw
the panel back into place. The back light should not require the entire
light to be lifted out just a simple bulb replacement.
In replacing either the front or the back indicator light you must gain
access to the turn signal housing which is usually in the same case as
the headlight or your rear lights. It is very helpful to also get the
owners manual out this will tell you exactly what type of bulbs you
will need to get to replace the indicator bulb.