Question about 2003 Chevrolet Astro
Problems changing rear turn signal. bulb broke in socket bottom still in socket. How do I remove the bottom of the bulb that is corroded in socket.
You'll be ok using needle nose pliers and a tin of wd 40 lube. but don't go too crazy with the stuff as it doesn't really like playing with terminals. but in this case use the straw attachment, for in between the outer casing of the bulb an the inner casing of the socket. leave for a couple of minutes then use the needle nose pliers, grip the casing of the bulb, inner and outer, push the bulb in with the pliers and then twist.
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