I have a 91 Acura Legend 4 door sedan. Replacing turn signals
I have a 91 Acura Legend 4 door sedan. I have a question about the corner turn signal lights unit. The unit has the amber lens area and a clear lens next to that. How do you replace the turn signal/parking light bulbs? Do you have to replace the whole unit? If so, how do you get it out.
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Hi if you make sure all the windows are up you can shut the doors and lock them using the key this should then reset the alarm then if you open the door using the key this should then turn the alarm off.
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You need to get the serial number off the sticker attached to the radio. It will require pulling apart your dash. Call an Acura dealership with that serial number and they should be able to provide you the code. Or you can take it directly to the dealer but you will be charged labor.
buy a new one ,or solder 2 wires to the bulb and then join this to the two existing wires of the loom,drill a hole in the bottom of the bulb holder so the wires can run through it so you use the old bulb holder to hold the bulb in place in the light
Get an exact replacement at a junk yard. It must be for the same transmission, etc. You won't get too far without the gages. The fuses are sized for the load and I think you are on the right track. Putting a larger amperage is never a solution. Remember, all of the lights have a corresponding "message" lamp on the little car/door ajar key on that cluster.