Question about 1999 Buick LeSabre
Remove cover from rear of trunk to access nuts. Remove tailight all 4 nuts. Pull tailight out. You will see the bulb sockets behind the tail light assembly. Turn counter clockwise to remove socket. Install same way.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you checked the fuses (driver side, next to your left knee)? If so, make sure they're the correct amperage -- especially the fuses in the 6C, 8C, and 9C positions. 6C should be 25 (amps) and 8C & 9C should both be 10 amps.
Also, the headlights on that car are designed to be on all the time, day or night, with two exceptions:
Right above that tab is another tab that adjusts the brightness of the panel lights. If that tab is moved all the way to the left (which basically turns the panel lights off), it's possible that the panel/tail lights are actually coming on at night automatically but that you wouldn't be able to tell exactly when/if that took place because the brightness would go from "nothing" ("daytime status") to "still nothing" ("nighttime status but with the brighness all the way down"). However that tab does not control the brightness of the stereo so you'll never see any change there.
Long story short, if all the fuses are in good shape, try moving both tabs all the way to the right. :)
Hope that helps... If it doesn't solve the problem, maybe you (or whoever reads this) learned something new...??? ;) Either way, good luck!
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
SOURCE: Tail light bulb installation for
In the rear of the trunk you will find several plastic wing-nuts that hold the liner and the light housings to the rear panel. Remove these, pull out the housing, the bulb scockets twist out after releasing the locking tab [ push on lock to center of scocket to release ]. When reinstalling housings to panel make sure rubber sealing washers on the studs are there or water will leak into trunk. good luck.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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