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How do I replace the bulb in the rear turn signal?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    open the tail gate the screws that hold the tail lght assy in are there,

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You have to open the rear hatch and there are two star screws i think t25 bit will work remove yellow bulb and put new one in

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My left turn signal was flashing fast. I checked bulb in back left. Turn signal good but bulb below it was out. I changed that one but turn signal still flashing fast. all other bulbs look good. ??


If the front and rear bulbs flash fast also, replace the hazard switch or you could live with it. As they are working. If one doesn't work, check grounds. I just run a new ground, much easier than cutting open the harness to find the break.

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Right rear turn signal blinker blinks very fast


Your right rear turn signal bulb is blown.Replace the bulb and the fast blinking will stop.

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I am trying to replace aleft rear turn signal bulb on a 2005 lacrosse. I removed two wing nuts but cannot remove assmbly. Is there another wing nut holding it in. I cannot find it?


3 wing nuts. here is the info needed.

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2005 Buick LaCrosse ' Allure, LaCrosse VIN W Service Manual ' Body ' Lighting Systems ' Repair Instructions ' Document ID: 1537542 Tail Lamp, Turn Signal Lamp, High Mount Stop Lamp, License Lamp, Backup Lamp Replacement - Rear
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Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.
Fastener Tightening Specifications: Refer to Fastener Tightening Specifications .
Turn Signal/Stop Lamp Assembly Replacement - Rear 1
Nut, Turn Signal/Tail Lamp (Qty: 3)
Tip
Pull back rear compartment carpet to gain access to lamp.
Tighten
2 N·m (18 lb in)
2
Lamp, Turn Signal/Tail Lamp
Tip
Twist the bulb socket and pull inward to replace the bulb.
License Lamp Replacement 3
Screws, License Lamp (Qty: 2)
Tighten
2 N·m (18 lb in)
4
Lamp, License Lamp
Tip
Twist the bulb socket and pull inward to replace the bulb.

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My front turn signals keep going out and when i changed the bulb the light doesnt flash it just stays on


Please check if you have the correct part number bulbs? The front and rear bulbs are dual filiment, one for the signal and the other smaller one is a running light. If the bulb you have are correct, does your 4 way flasher function work and or left turn signal work? If the remaining rear flash ok, then your flasher unit is OK. You can also check the bulb running light by turning on the headlights. You might have a faulty or incorrect bulb if it does not light up.

I just recently had he same problem with mine. I replaced the front right turn signal bulb, but after a week of it working correctly, my wife complained that the turn signal did a double time fast flash. I found the rear bulb signal/ brake bulb was out as well. So I decided to purchase a dual pack bulb set and replace both the rear brake/signal bulbs (bulb number 4135) Your auto part store person can look up the correct number for the bulb brand you choose for the van. Since all the bulbs are about the same age and wear, I would recommend replaceing all of yours. Good luck.

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All need is to replace the rear turn signal bulb. Can't figure how to get to it


Ok... To replace the turn signal bulbs what you will need to do is open your trunk and there will be like a felt or carpeting against the rear of the car... Pull it back a bit and you will see i believe it is 2 or 3 nuts... they are like a goldish colour... remove those and push your taillight assembly out and there you have your bulbs...

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The drivers side rear brake light/turn signal only not working


you replaced the bulb with the wrong one i.e. a two filament bulb with a one filament bulb

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Removing burned out turn signal bulb


Open the trunk, look for the wires running to the turn signal, it will usually twu\ist out or allow for entire turn signal box to be removed.

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The turn signals do not work on 2000 nissan exterra.Fuse was blown. Replaced and blew again after a few seconds.


1.Remove front & Rear turn signal Bulbs.
2.Replace Fuse.
3.Signal on.
4.Fix rear Signal Bulb.
5.Fix Front Signal Bulb.
7.If your Fuse blown.
8.Defect is There.

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