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remove the mounting screw on the lens, then remove the top 2 bolts holding the headlamp, pull headlamp out to gain access to the mounting nut on the turn signal. Remove the nut and the turn signal light will pull straight out allowing you to replace the bulb.
it will be best to use a kitchen fork with the center prongs removed to have this as a tool. the inner skirts front section has round push in clips that will come out if using this fork to pry out with. after removing the plastic baffle you should be able to access the bulb
The Problem that I Have seen with Many Vettes and FRONT Lighting Problems is At the Wiring Harness and Connectors, Check Any area that gets BENDING MOVMENT when Openeing ENGINE COMPARTMENT, the Wires Break INSIDE THERE INSULATION. Check for Turn Sygnal Current (With TEST LIGHT) at ALL JUNCTIONS Starting at the FIREWALL when it STOPS SHOWING You have Located the Problem in the Curcit.
Rears are simply remove the two screws on the lens and remove the tail light from the Vette, twist the connector to get to the bulb. Reverse instructions to install. For the fronts jack up the front, remove the small closeout panel under each side, push the brake cooling duct to one side and twist the bulb socket out of the light to get to the bulb. Reverse instructions to install. email@example.com
either the front or the rear turn signal bulb is blown, that is why the flash frequency is high. replace the bulb and the problem will be solved. best to replace both the front and rear turn signal bulbs. good luck.
yes happens all the time. I've had to replace mine like many other vette owners. Order it from gmpartsdirect.com and search vette forums for how to replace hazard switch. You should find the directions on how to replace it without taking apart the whole dash. Not very diffiecult.