Question about 2001 Chevrolet Corvette
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.
Posted on May 15, 2009
The rear procedure listed is good, However, the front can be accessed much easier and quicker if you use the procedure stated for the replacement of the 2000 'Vette front directional bulb.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
to replace the the turn signal and headlamp bulbs, you need to pull the lights out from the front
to do so first you'll have to remove the plastic cover that spans over the radiator (there should be 6 push-in plastic clips holding it in, I use a wire crimping tool, but a couple flat screwdrivers or pliers if careful can work as well)
now, if it's just the cornering lamp that you need, then a large screwdriver or small pry-bar can be used to pop the lamp out
To see where to pry it helps to have a flashlight and look between the headlamp and cornering lamp, there's a clip that holds it in place, just pry against the clip [towards the center of the car, be firm as it is stiff, but if you just yank it, it may brake as it's plastic]
The clip should be around (though below) where the tip of the fender ends. The corner lamp should just pop out with enough prying
For future reference, replacing the headlamp bulbs you get to this point then remove the 2 bolts you can see the brackets the headlamps are mounted to, and they should then come out
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
Rear Turn Signal, Brake and Parking Lights
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
Sounds like you have a bad ground. Follow the wiring harnesses under the hood and in the trunk, there should be a ground wire going to the chassis or to the body. If they are all clean and tight, you might be looking at a bad light socket.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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