I have a '96 nissian maxina. I went to auto parts and replace bults and was told that my lights were pushed up and rusted a little. Does anyone have any clue how to get them down or to change them?? Thanks in advance for your help!!!
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buy some contact cleaner and give the light socket a good spray,also check the earth for the tail light ,if it had a fault it would be blowing fuses,was the old tail light blown ,to look like white ,if so its moisture causing the problem
Yes there is several I do not have a truck that new . But mine are under the ex manifolds & they like to put them in the rear usualy 2. also if block has not frozen & they were pushed out then it has a rust hole.. you can get them at auto parts store..
Rust is very common for this part, but you don't have to match the original OEM holder to pass inspection and have functioning license plate light. You can use an aftermarket bulb and bulb holder and attach the holder for the tag light with a metal strap, wire, or even use some trim adhesive and glue to the outside area if the new light holder is not too heavy. Ask at the Auto Parts store and they can give you solutions regarding mounting options for the new bulb and holder or even to reattach your old one in a new way.
I had this same problem on a 1995 Lincoln Towncar -- thought I might have to replace the Signal Switch - then it was suggested to check the ground for this wiring. However I was told to check the HAZARD SWITCH. The Hazard Switch was not On or Off it was stuck in the middle. Simply pushing it up and down correct the problem. I was also told that maybe a little WD40 on the HAZARD SWITCH might help.
This is an easy try me first fix. It worked for me and cost 0.