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Turn signal bulb out

My 2000 buick century's turn signls are out. how do I get to them. it's the Front ones. the back ones were easy to change. In addition, the area where I see P N D D2 D3 on the dash, the light is gone. ia that a fuse or what?

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Forget the fuses and relays for now if the buld is out replace it 1- open hood 2- pull up on headlight retainer clips 3- pull out headlight assembly 4- replace bulb (simple)

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If you look on both sides of the light housing you will see to white clips. Push up on the clips and the housing releases. Just push it forward and remove the rubber caps and replace the bulb.

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    Could be the control stick for the blinkers. If the lights work, try
    replacing the stick or checking out the signal path for that blinker
    Pull up on the two white plastic clips on both side at the rear of the
    light assembly. Pull the light assembly forward amd remove the black
    rubber circle behind the bulb. Remove the bulb assembly by turning
    counter clockwise. Pull out bulb. replace bulb and repeat steps in
    reverse order.



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That is probably the relay, start replacing the turn indicators relay.

If thet does not work , then it is probably a short on the instrument panel stick.

Check also the indicator fuse.

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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    Start checking the fuse, if the fuse had blown, then that was probably the problem.

    If the fuse is OK, there is also a relay that controls the indicators, replace it.

    If the fuse and the relay are ok, check the bulbs and replace them. If it still does not work, that means that there is a lose contact or a lose connector.

    If the fuse keeps blowing, then there is a short somewhere, replace all bulbs, then look for the short.

    If indicator switch is located on the stick on the instrument panel, then an area were you often get shorts and broken contacts is within the wirings that run inside the stick.


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