Question about 1992 Chevrolet Astro Extended
There are 3 possible causes for this
1) The bulbs are defective.
2) The bulbs are not properly seated into the holders.
3) There is a defect in the actual circuit board.
In my experience these problems are mostly caused by the bulb not being properly seated into the bulb holder. These bulbs can be awkward to fit and it is important to ensure they are making a good contact to the terminals in the bulb holder itself.
In replacing the first bulb you may have dislodged the second bulb causing it to fail. Depending on the type of bulb used you sometimes need to bend the metal tabs on the bulb itself to force a good contact.
Feel free to post a further comment if you wish to clarify anything.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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