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Please do not be baffled. To replace the turn signal bulb on Your car is quite simple, all You need to do is to get a screwdriver and follow the steps below:
Open the hood and locate the mounting screws for the outboard marker-light assembly just above the light. Remove the screws with a Phillips screwdriver, then remove the assembly, setting it aside for now.
Locate the two mounting screws on top of the turn-signal light assembly under the side-marker lens. Remove the two screws with a Phillips screwdriver, then set the screws aside. Slide the turn signal out and locate the socket on the back of the assembly.
Rotate the bulb socket counterclockwise and pull the socket out of the assembly. Pull the bulb straight out of the socket and discard it. Install a new bulb into the socket, pushing it in until is seats. Position the socket back into the rear of the light assembly, turn it clockwise to lock it in place, then slide the assembly back into the front of the Jeep.
Install the mounting bolts that secure the turn-signal light assembly, tightening the screws with a Phillips-head screwdriver. Position the side marker-light assembly to the side of the Jeep and install the retaining bolts.
Tighten the retaining bolts for the side-marker lights with a Phillips screwdriver, then close the hood. Test the repair by turning the lights on and visually verify that the light is working..
OPEN REAR DOORS, REAR LIGHTS HAVE 2 TORX HEAD SCREWS IN VEHICLE DOOR HINGE AREA. REMOVE SCREWS, WIGGLE & PULL OUT ON LIGHT ASSEMBLY. THERE IS A 4 WIRES PLUGGED INTO THE LIGHT BOARD. UNPLUG & REMOVE 2 HEX HEAD SCREWS TO REMOVE BOARD & LIGHTS ASSEMBLY. IF A NEW BULB DOESN'T FIX THE PROBLEM, NEW BOARDS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE PARTS STORE.
Turn the engine off and open the hood. Pry up
the two fasteners from the radiator air baffle with a flat head
screwdriver. Move the baffle to the side to access the top of the
Pull up the two metal rods behind the headlight case. These
secure the case to the car. You may
need your pliers to pull them up.
Gently pull the headlight case out to access its rear. On the
rear, you will find several black dust covers. Twist off the dust cover
closest to the fender (the outward dust cover) to access the turn
Turn the bulb module counterclockwise to release it. Unplug
the electrical connector from the bulb module. Connect the new bulb to
the electrical connector (don't touch the glass with your hands; hold it
by the plastic piece). Insert the bulb module in the turn signal
housing, turn it clockwise and screw the dust cover back on.
Insert the headlight case in the mount. Push the pins back
down to secure it. Position the radiator baffle in its place and insert
Rear Turn Signal Bulbs
Open the trunk. Remove the net from the
side mounted wing nut (on the side with the faulty turn signal). Twist
the wing nuts (there are two per side) counterclockwise to remove them.
Peel the carpet layer back to access the rear signal lamp
wing nuts. Twist these wing nuts (two per side) counterclockwise to
remove them and release the rear signal.
Carefully pull the rear signal assembly away from the Impala.
The rear turn signal is the inner bulb (closest to the trunk). Press
the tab on the bulb module and turn it counterclockwise to release it
from the rear signal assembly.
Pull the old bulb straight off the module (don't twist).
Insert the new bulb in the module. Depress the tab on the connection and
insert the module back in the assembly. Twist it clockwise.
Insert the rear signal assembly. Re-attach the assembly's
wing nuts and push the carpet layer back in place. Tighten the other two
wing nuts to secure the carpet layer and reconnect the cargo net
Rear Turn Signal, Brake & Parking Lights
The taillamps, stoplamps and rear turn signals lamps are all incorporated into the rear taillamps. The taillamps are lit whenever the parking lamps or headlamps are in operation. The rear turn signal lamps flash with the front turn signal lamps whenever a turn is indicated with the turn signal/headlamp dimmer switch. The stoplamps light whenever the brake pedal is depressed and the stoplamp switch is closed.
The trim panel is likely held in place with retainers like this. Back out the screw to release tension on the pin legs and remove the fastener
The taillamp is retained by plastic wingnuts
Remove the plastic wing nuts from the taillamp housing
Remove the taillamp housing from the vehicle to service the light bulbs
Open the rear compartment (trunk).
If equipped, unhook the convenience net that stretches between the taillamps. It is attached to hooks molded into the plastic taillamp assembly retaining wingnuts. Loosen the rear compartment trim panel. It is retained by plastic pins with a screw in the center. Back out the screw to release any tension on the plastic pin legs, and pull the trim (thin carpet-like material) for access to the taillamps.
Remove the plastic taillamp assembly retaining wingnuts.
Remove the taillamp assembly from the vehicle and service the light bulbs as required.
Installation is the reverse of the removal process.
are you sure bulbs are good ?? double check bulbs also make sure there is a ground wire from your light fixture is grounded to the body near by this might be causing your problem .. usually if front ones blink fast rear bulbs are bad ... thanks Jerry holler if you need more.