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I replaced the lamp sockets, the bulbs are okay, all other tail lights work, but neither backup light works. any ideas?

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Changing backup bulbs on 2005 buick rendevous


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REMOVAL PROCEDURE

1. Open the liftgate.
2. Remove the screws from the tail amp.
3. Slide the tail lamp rearward in order to disengage it from the retainers on the rear body panel.
4. Disconnect the electrical connector from the tail lamp wiring harness.
5. Remove the tail lamp and side marker lamp sockets from the tail lamp, depressing the locking tab and turning counterclockwise.
6. Remove the bulbs from the tail lamp and the side marker lamp sockets, if replacing the bulbs.

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

1. Install the bulbs to the tail lamp and side marker lamp sockets, if removed.
2. Install the tail lamp and side marker lamp sockets to the tail lamp, turning clockwise until the locking tab is fully seated.
3. Connect the tail lamp electrical connector to the wiring harness.
4. Position the tail lamp retainer slots to the tabs on the rear body panel.
5. Install the tail lamp to the rear body panel, pressing into place until fully seated.
6. Install the tail lamp screws to the Taillamp.

NOTE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.

Tighten the tail lamp screws to 2 N.m (18 lb in).

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Driver side tail lights and front corner light won't come on, doesn't seem to be a fuse...any help??


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Replacing tail/brake/turn signal/backup lamp bulbs (page 59-60 of owners manual)

Sedan

The tail lamp, brake lamp, turn

signal lamp and backup lamp bulbs

are located in the same portion of

the tail lamp assembly. Follow the

same steps to replace either bulb.

1. Make sure headlamp switch is in

OFF position and open trunk and

remove two plastic mushroom nuts,

three push pins and the plastic

cover from inside the trunk to

access the lamp assembly.

2. Carefully pull the carpet away to

expose the lamp assembly hardware.

3. Remove four nut and washer

assemblies and the lamp assembly

from the vehicle.

4. Remove the bulb socket by

rotating it counterclockwise, then

pulling it out of the lamp assembly.

5. Pull the bulb from the socket and
push in the new bulb.

6. Install the bulb socket into the lamp assembly by rotating it clockwise.

7. Install the lamp assembly on the vehicle with four nut and washer

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Is there a trick to getting to the rear turn signal on a 2003 ford focus hatchback. I had removed the screw to the lens cover but I still cannot gain access to the turn signal bulb to replace it.


Replacing tail/brake/backup lights and turn signal bulbs (coupe)

1. Make sure the headlamp control

is in the OFF position and then

open the hatchback.

2. From inside the luggage

compartment remove the wing nut

of the rear light assembly cover.

3. Using a Phillips screw driver

remove the screw. The lamp is still

retained by a spring loaded clip.

Remove by gently pulling out the

light housing.

4. Turn the bulb socket counterclockwise as far as possible and pull it

out.

5. Pull the bulb straight out of the socket.

Install in reverse order.

Replacing tail/brake/backup lights and turn signal bulbs (sedan)

1. Make sure the headlamp control

is in the OFF position and then

open the trunk.

2. From inside the luggage

compartment remove the three wing

nuts of the light housing.

3. Gently pull the light housing to

the outside.

4. Turn the bulb socket

counterclockwise and pull it out.

5. Pull the bulb straight out of the socket.
Install in reverse order.

Replacing tail/brake/backup lights and turn signal bulbs (wagon)

1. Make sure the headlamp control

is in the OFF position and then

open the hatchback.

2. Using a screw driver remove the

fixings and trim from the body.

3. Remove the socket from the lamp

assembly

4. Pull the bulb straight out of the

socket.
Install in reverse order.


Hope this helps.

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