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How to replace rear turn light bulb 1995 oldsmobile cutlass supreme

How do I get the bulbs to replace them?

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If you go to auto zone or your nearest parts store they will be able to look it up and show you where they are located and how to change them!

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Rear brake lights wont work on my 97 cutlass

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Blinker lights on front and rear of 1995 olds cutlass supreme don't work. Emergency flashers work. Replaced the switch behind (to the left) the steering column and didn't resolve. Assuming it...

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check the bulbs with a meter, if they check out ok, look for a lose ground wire, while you have the bulb out check the sockets for power, while a friend applies the brake, if you get no power, and the center brake light works,, your going to have a pinched or broken wire leading to the rear of the car

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I have a 1995 Cutlass Supreme. The drivers side turn signals light up but will not flash. All the bulbs are good I replaced the flasher under the dash but no luck. Any ideas?


You need to check that the all the voltage/wattage of the bulbs is compatable to the flasher unit. When a flasher unit does this its a sign that it is overloaded - too much wattage.

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Rear brake lights not working, but bulbs are fine

Hi! Have you checked the brake light switch? usually located at the top of the footbrake pedal, it is a plunger type and should have two wires going to it? if faulty try bridging the connection/wires for a test! have someone watching your lights to save jumping in and out of vehicle.
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Always check fuses first then flashers then bulbs.

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