Question about 2008 Chevrolet Uplander
Turn signals do work but the noise indicater does not work anymore. Where is this indicater located and what is it specificaly
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tools needed: pair of regular pliers
Look around for black, plastic wingnuts on the back of the assembly - you'll probably need a pair of pliers for leverage to loosen them up. If the assembly is nested with the headlamp assembly, just loosen the whole thing and pull it out. Just note how the things come off so you'll put them back in the same order and position. There may be an odd-shaped kind of circular metal retainer that holds the lamp socket onto the back of the turn signal fliffersham - that should twist off without any problem. Replace whatever it is you're replacing and hook the lamp back up, being careful not to touch the bulb - they don't like greasy fingerprints (although the halogen-type bulbs are even more persnickety). Make sure the lamp socket retainer is screwed on correctly and tightly (It's a terrible design and is difficult to tell if it's really seated properly) and then fasten the assembly back onto your bumper with the wingnuts - tighten gently with the pliers.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
SOURCE: o2 sensors
The dealer would have that exact spec for your car. Do you have any friends who are in the auto repair business or that work at an Auto Dealership? The car you have is so new that there is no repair manual out yet to cover it. I have called Chevy Dealership Parts departments before to ask questions and it depends on the person on the other end of the line, as to weather they will give you the right info. Usually they will because it means they could sell you a part or some service work. Try calling and asking or even talking to a service writer or mechanic at a shop. You'd be suprised at what you might find out.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
The hazard switch controls both the turn signals and hazard flashers.Should be located above the radio on this vehicle.Dealerships generally have quite a few of these on hand and is a much cheaper solution then replacing the turn signal switch. On some occasions it is the turn signal switch but most often is the hazard switch.Hope this helps.
Posted on May 21, 2010
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