Question about 1988 Chevrolet K2500
Driver side turn signals work, but passanger side signals don't work. I have checked the bulbs and the bulbs are fine. Any ideas of what to do to fix it would be a big help.
First: press the brake and be sure that both sides light up. If one side does not, turn your attention to it. Remove the taillamp assembly from the suspect side and disconnect it. Unscrew the socket / circuit board and dismount it from the reflector. Take out the bulbs and examine the sockets, looking for melted / toasted / warped sockets. If they are bad, don't even bother trying new bulbs or attempting a repair; go to the parts store and get a new socket / circuit board assembly. Last I looked they cost about $25 apiece.
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