I need to change my rear turn signal bulb on my 2002 Chevy Blazer. When I open my tailgate, there looks to be 2 screws that hold the housing in place, but one of the screws is blocked by the hydraulic liftgate opener. Just wondering if these 2 screws are the only thing holding it in, or if I am supposed to access screws behind an interior panel or something.It's really cold outside and don't want to be taking things off unnecessarily.
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Daihatsu Charade EL 2003 rear lens removal. Open the tailgate and remove the two bolts securing the lens assembly. Then get a good hold of the lens and pull out. You need to pull out the whole lens assembly since there are three plastic protruding 'clips' on the side along the lens. Please view attached pictures. Then turn the bayonet bulb holder, replace the slide on type bulb and reassemble everything back in place.
open the liftgate remove the screws holding the tail,stop,turn signal and back-up light assembly to the rear door opening. seperate the light assembly from the vehicle body. disengaging the hook holding the outer end of the light assembly to the body. swing the housing out to access the bulb holders. rotate bulb holder and remove blown out bulb. installation is the reverse of removal. hope this will help!!!
The Trailblazers have a common problem with the printed circuit boards in the tail lamp housing.
Unplug the tail lamp housing at the wiring connector and test for power with a test light. ( With turn signals on) You may have an open circuit in the lamp housing circuit board. Good luck
I just changed my rear turn signal. Really easy. There is two 1/4 inch bolts visible when you open the tailgate. Take both of those out and gently lift the light housing out towards the outside of the vehicle. There is two small clamps on the other side of the fixture that just slide right out when you pull on it. There you go
If this is a Blazer and not a newer design Trailblazer...
Open up the tailgate / ;iftgate and there are screws on the inside surface of the tail lamp assemble. Remove the screws and then pop out the tail lamp to gain access to the connector for your signal bulb. Twist the connector to remove from lamp assembly. remove and replace bulb.
Open the rear tailgate There are 2 screws that hold light housing in place.. Remove the screws then pull the housing outwards till the clip behind it springs. You then need to knock the housing sideways (outwards) to free the 2 prongs that attach housing to the car body.
Unclip the rear housing from the back of the light unit & change the bulb.