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Bulb replacement for a Sears Craftsman Driver

Need to locate a bulb to install in a Sears Craftsman Driver Light Screw Driver Model 41993. There is no bulk in the existing battery/lamp assembly.

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Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Sears Craftsman Sprocket replacement procedure

The problem lies in the RPM sensor, most likely due to the interrupter cup assembly. The interrupter cup assembly is the black cap that runs through the RPM sensor. You may have forgotten to re-attach this piece or it is probably moving too far out when the garage sets in motion. To fix this, remove the cup assembly, unscrew the two screws on the top metal piece with a 1/8 allen wrench, push the metal piece as far in as possible and put the screws back on. This will give more room for the cup assembly to spin and be read by the RPM sensor. Hope this helps!

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

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hey,

you have to use a pretty long screw drive to gently push down on the release tab, slowly wiggle the lens assembly until it move forward a little... depending on how long its been since the last time it was changed, you might have to be a little more aggressive in your wiggling to get it to slid forward.

I just change my front turn signals from yellow to Euro white, looks freaking sweet as hell.

Well, I hope I helped... it would be a shame for you to waste money at the dealership for something like that.

Drive to Seattle and replace it for you... Lol

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Posted on Jul 11, 2008

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SOURCE: SOLUTION: HOW TO REPLACE REAR BULBS ON 2002 & 2004 BUICK LESABRE

Rear tail lamps for the 2002 La Sabre has eight nuts that hold the cover in place ( one piece-all acroos the back of the car). Do not remove the nuts for the lock, the cover sits in place and is not secured to the lock. Use a 10 mm deep well socket. remove the nuts and lift the cover to replace the burned out bulb(s). The bulbs are #194 or #198 (very small bulbs), not the 3057. It is easy to locate the burned out bulbs by putting the car in reverse and shutting off the engine and then put the ignition key in the accessory mode. The lights will light unless they are burned out. Simply pull them out and replace with the new ones and put the cover back in place and secure the nuts.

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