Question about 1986 Chevrolet Corvette
1.Remove the two Phillips head screws from the brake light lens cover.
2.Pull the lens cover away from the tail light panel. Set it aside on a soft surface because the lens scratches easily.
3.Push in the bad brake light bulb. Twist it counterclockwise to disconnect it from the socket
4.Insert the new brake light bulb while wearing gloves. Twist it clockwise to secure it to the socket.
5.Re-position the lens cover. Push it in firmly to secure it, and then tighten the two screws.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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