Question about 1997 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
I can't find instructions on how to change the license plate light bulb.
OK>>> it is very cold here, but nonetheless..I went outside to check on my Oldsmobile for your benefit....On mine (I can't guarantee it is the same for all of the vehicles listed above). If you are looking at the license plate, LOOK UP and you should see the bulb and whatever encasing is there. Mine is in a tube and it is attached with (2) mini bolts that will need to come out first, then it just looks like a simple matter of disconnecting the electrical plug, taking out the old bulb and putting the new one in. I hope this helps someone....
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: license plate bulb 99 alero
remove the 2 license lamp screws from outside,above the lic.plate then from insidethe trunk pull up the lic.lamp housing and replace the bulb.it should pull straight out
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
SOURCE: change oil light remains on
To reset the Change Oil Light:
Open driver's door and open fuse access panel
Turn ignition key to on (don't crank the starter) Push reset button located in fuse panel When Change Oil Light starts to flash Press and hold reset button until it beeps and light goes off Repace panel
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
Take a thin blade screw driver and gently pry between the rubber seal and the metal and pop the light out, replaced the bulb and pop the light back in. works fine.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
It wouldn't be a fuse if that's the only light that's not working, I believe all of the parking lights are on the same fuse. It's most likely a bad ground or corrosion inside the socket where the bulb makes the electrical connection. So check the socket to make sure it has no corrosion, if it does, clean it up and apply some dielectric grease (available at any parts store) to prevent future corrosion, and check for a loose or broken ground wire.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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