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Turn signal how do I change out a burnt signal bulb

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  • Anonymous Nov 06, 2008

    When replacing a front signal bulb, how is the lens removed?

  • Anonymous Apr 11, 2009

    how do you get to the front turn signal bulb to replace it

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Press on the clip to unlock the socket and turn conter clock wise and remove bulb make sure you put the right number bulb back in thanks pierre

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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SOURCE: Replacing rear turn signal bulb in 2003 Mustang

remove the trim panel at the very rear of trunk, remove it and place it out of the way, remove tail light Assembly retaining nuts top and bottom, I think there are 6 per side, pull the tail light assembly straight back to access the bulbs for replacement.

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

CRTN
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SOURCE: 2008 Camry Front Turn signal Bulb

Front Open The Hood And View Back Of Headlight Turn And Then Pull Light.
Rear Open Trunk And Remove Carpet From Behind Light Now You Can View The Bulb Housing Turn And Pull.

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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SOURCE: left rear turn bulb is burnt out

Pull the trunk carpet back behind the lamp assembly. Remove the 3 nuts from the bolts and pull the lamp assembly away from the body. Then disconnect the connector to the bulb then twist the socket cc to remove the socket then pull the bulb out of socket.

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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SOURCE: 99 calvalier front left turn signal bulb burnt.

Remove the upper air intake splash shield.
Remove the headlight retainer nuts (2)
Remove the headlight/blinker assembly
Carefull the blinker has a retainer post with a rubber retainer on the fender
Remove bulb

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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SOURCE: RT rear brake lights or turn signal keep going out.

change the flasher fuse.

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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