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Can you tell me what I need to order bulbs for a 1996 Aruba Puretan ? And also a good place to order from. Thank you

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I can my brake light switch and still I don't have any brake light...


Make sure your bulb is good. If it is then make sure youhave it corrected seated in socket.

Apr 30, 2015 | 1996 Ford Explorer

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HowTo change headlamps on 1996 Honda Accord


Replacing a burned-out headlamp is simple and doesn't require any tools.

First, buy a replacement bulb, type 9006 (low beams) When you open the package, be very careful that you don't touch the glass of the new bulb. The oil from your skin can cause the bulb to warp and explode when you turn it on.

Second, open the hood and locate the back of the burned-out headlamp. There will be an electrical connector on the back of the bulb, held in place with a locking connector. The lock is the small plastic tab in the middle of the connector. Press in on the bottom of this tab, and it should give slightly, releasing the lock. Hold this tab in place and push straight down on the connector, wiggling if needed, to unplug the old bulb.

Third, locate the lock ring that holds the bulb in place. This is a round plastic ring, about the size of a peanut-butter jar lid. Turn the lock ring about 1/4 turn clockwise (top of the ring should move towards the driver's side, bottom of the ring move towards the passenger side)
If there's dirt build-up, this ring may be stuck. Tap gently with a screwdriver handle and try again. DO NOT use a hammer, or you'll break the headlamp housing!

Once you turn the lock ring, the old bulb should come straight out. Put the new bulb in place and do the steps in reverse order to finish:

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on Dec 08, 2009 | 1996 Honda Accord

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you need the special tool you can order it. from ford... or get a copy one from most good tool parts place tell them what you are doing and they will find the part for you. think I used a twist bar... its like a long bar but made out off thick cable...

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I need to change the brake and tail light on my 1996 toyota corolla . I would need a manuel on that please.


The steps to replace the brake light bulb on a 1996 Toyota Corolla:

The bulb needed is type 1157. After opening the trunk you need to remove the trunk liner on the side (right side for this example)where the brake light bulb is out. The plastic capture grommets hold the liner in place. Once the grommets are removed there is a nut (10mm) that is a bright brass-like color. This needs to be removed. Then on the outside of the trunk on the tail-light lens left side there are two nuts black in color (10mm) they need to be removed. Now the fun starts .... you needto slide the whole assembly back. You will note two black plastic posts on the rear quarter-panel, do not remove these ... these are used to hold the tail-light assembly in place since on the inside of the tail light assembly there are two rod-like protrusions that slide into these brackets. So.... remove the screws and wiggle the assembly back and it "should" slide back so that you can get at the bulb socket hat you twist to remove from the assembly. Now the bulb is visible and you reverse the order of steps to get it all back together .... a miserable design!

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When I press the break only my passanger side tail light works. Is this a fuse problem?


Try replacing the passenger side tail light bulb.
Inside trunk, remove two black plastic nuts holding carpet liner in place on side where bulb is burnt out.
Pull back carpet, use a flat screwdriver to pop out the wiring. Remove three nuts using a small open-ended socket or pliers.
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Thank you for using fixya and good luck

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Low beam headlight stopped working i checked the fuse are good but h. beam are working 1996 chevy tahoe


That is great that you checked the fuses; that is one thing people usually think of last. The low beam bulb could be different from the high beam bulb and may need replacing. Go to an Advance Auto store or some such place and have them help you purchase the bulb you need.

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1996 towncar transmission out


more then likely its a -4R70W(electronic-4-speed withoverdrive and lockup torque converter) and its 1995 and on also try this website to see if they have you car listed www.alldatadiy.com to see if you can get any more information if you are looking for a good use one try this website to find a good salvage yard near you it www.junkyarddog.com and another thing stop by your local ford place in the part department and they be able to tell you too i hope i have been some help to you Michigan Man.

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replace the back light bulb.

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The dash light dimmer by the light switch can be turned off or bad, or the bulbs can be bad, this can happen yes all of them if the get a power surge. If you have an other light operated by the dimmer is it on? if it works then the dash light bulbs or the back of the dash is bad

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1996 Chevrolet Cavalier Headlight Bulb Replacement


You need to turn the bulb left or right about a quarter turn until the notches line up and then pull out.

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