Question about 2007 Saturn Outlook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most head light bulbs are easily accessible from the rear, inside the engine compartment. Sometimes it is easier to move the battery for better access. Remember not to touch the bulb as it will greatly reduce it's life.
Posted on May 09, 2009
I agree with the other fae90. Tried to remove the light assy, then I read his post and did it inside 20 minutes. Took me longer to put it all back again
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
SOURCE: Replace headlight bulb
actually according to saturn you must remove the front bumper to remove the headlight to be able to replace the bulb,,,if you got small hand you can remove the front part of the inner fender liner and go up thru there and do it,you cant see it ,, you gotta feel it,yes dumb idea i agree,i gotta work on them all day
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
The passenger side, front turn-signal bulb on my vehicle also stopped working. It was fine last night while driving in last night for 3 hours in an EXTREMELY HEAVY DOWN POUR OF RAIN. Last night it worked fine; however, this morning, it failed to illuminate. Thinking it was a burned out bulb, I replaced it with a NEW one to no avail. I then checked ALL fuses inside the car and within the engine compartment ... to my surprise, all fuses were good. I read all responses to this article and was prepared to start troubleshooting the bulb socket, as suggested. However, after setting out of doors with the wind blowing all day (a nice sunny and dry day) and to my surprise, the blinkers and all lights worked when turning on the ignition switch. Although I have NOT confirmed exactly what was the cause, my suspicion is as follows: Water had entered into one of the electrical connectors to the wiring harness for the front, right-hand turn signal light circuit, causing it to malfunction. Once the circuit was allowed to thoroughly dry while setting in the sun and wind during the entire day (daylight hours only), it "apparently" dried and permitted electrical connectivity, thus permitting the circuit to engage and operate once again. Placed the ORIGINAL bulb that was suspected of being "burned out" and it, too, illuminated. Case CLOSED. Hope this helps others in the future.
Posted on Sep 20, 2012
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