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I have a left front clearance light out how do you get it out 1

I have a left front clearance light out how do you get it out its 1992 gmc sonoma

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Signal and Marker Lights REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Front Turn Signal and Parking Lights

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. At the rear of the front bumper, turn the bulb socket 1⁄4 turn and remove the socket from the parking brake housing.
  3. Remove the bulb from the socket; if necessary, replace the bulb.
  4. If lens replacement is necessary, remove the retaining bolts and remove the lens from the bumper.
  5. To install, reverse the removal procedures. Check the turn signal/parking light operations.
Fig. 1: Common front turn signal/parking light mounting

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Fig. 2: Twist and remove the bulb socket from the back of the turn signal/parking light lens

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Fig. 3: If lens removal is necessary, loosen andI have a left front clearance light out how do you - 09f4811.jpg retaining bolts

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Posted on Jul 24, 2009

  • Greg Bernett
    Greg Bernett Jul 24, 2009

    Fig. 4: With the bolts removed the lens may be separated from the bumper






    Front Marker Lights
    On most vehicles covered by this manual, the front marker lights are mounted in a lens attached to the headlight bezel (pre-1990) or the one piece headlight bezel/grille assembly (1990 and later vehicles). Replacement usually requires removal of the bezel or bezel/grille assembly for access to the bulb twist socket.







    Fig. 5: Exploded view of a common front marker light lens mounting







    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. If equipped with a separate headlight bezel, remove the headlight bezel-to-fender screws and the bezel; allow the bezel to hang by the turn signal/marker light wires.
    3. If equipped with a 1-piece bezel/grille assembly, remove the grille assembly and support it on the bumper as you work.
    4. At the rear of the bezel mounted lens, turn the marker bulb socket 1⁄4 turn and remove it from the headlight bezel.
    5. Remove the bulb from the turn signal/marker bulb socket; if necessary, replace the bulb.
    6. To install, use a new bulb (if necessary) and reverse the removal procedures. Check the turn signal/marker light operations

    Fig. 6: Remove the marker light twist socket from the back of the lens










    Fig. 7: If replacement is necessary, remove the bulb from the socket



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