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There is always a way to change a light bulb. If you can see how the light bulb is there, whether it is a screw type or bayonet, then you can do it. Usually you remove the clear or frosted plastic cover and then you should be able to assess whether you can remove the bulb by pressing down and turning it (if it is a bayonet type), or you simply turn it counterclockwise until it's removed. Shoud I also tell you how to reinstall the bulb? lol. It doesn't take long.
The side marker light must be removed in order to get at the turn signal light.
There are two screws holding the side marker light which is situated above the turn signal.
Open the hood.
Remove the phillips head screw at the top of the side marker light.
Using a long #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the screw on the outside of the side marker light. This can be seen by looking between the lower side of the side marker light and the top side of the turn signal.
The side marker can be moved.
The turn signal has one screw on the top of the fixture that must be removed.
Slide out the turn signal fixture. There is a small feature on the lower front corner of the turn signal fixture that you must note to properly reinstall the turn signal.
In order to get to the bulb, rotate the bulb socket 1/4 turn CW or CCW. The bulb socket is loose.
The bulb is simply pressed into the socket.
Not sure of the type, but it can be found at your locale auto parts store.
The bulb is used in several places on the 1994 GC, so get apacket with two, if possible.
Assembly in reverse. Be careful not to overtighten the screws as they are replaced.
Here are some few tips to help out. Firstly, remove the screws retaining the headlight and trim assembly. Then carefully rotate the headlight and trim assembly away from the vehicle, rotating the inboard side away from the vehicle. Remove the side marker, parking and turn signal bulbs and sockets from the headlamp and trim assembly. They can be removed by turning them. If you are replacing a lens, remove the retaining screws for the lens to be changed and remove it from the headlight door.
When removed, install the removed lens assembly. Then, install the bulbs and sockets and install the headlight and trim assembly. Make sure you check the operation of the lights.
Just changing the bulb or didya crash out the whole light and need to change the whole thing? Both are easy with the tailgate open there's two screws that screw into the light, with them out the light pulls out to the side some then straight back ( it pops out with the screws removed. once the light is away from the body the bulb scocktes can be removed by depressing the tab on the side of the scocket and turning the socket to the left. The bulb just pulls stright out and the new one is a 3157 a 3057 will work the back up light and the yellow turn signal are 3156 put in the ones you need turn em on and test that they work, There's a plug in the harness that can be disconnected and reconnected that may cause the light not to work as for changing the whole light just take out all the blub bases and the light is in your hand. A new light will come with the blub bases and bulbs all you need to do is plug in the harness and pop the light in pust it forward till the screw holes line up and install the screws and your done.
1. Open the trunk and remove the taillight cover by turning the knob. 2. Determine which of the two bulbs is burned out: tail/stoplight or turn signal. 3. Remove the socket by turning it one-quarter turn counterclockwise. 4. Remove the burned out bulb from the socket by pulling it straight out of its socket. 5. Install the new bulb in the socket. 6. Reinstall the socket into the light assembly. 7. Test the lights to make sure the new bulb is working. 8. Reinstall the taillight assembly cover.
You will need to look in trunk and pull back the covering over the light area on the side you need to replace. Once exposed, look for the wires going into the light housing and twist the plug to unlock it and remove the bulb. Twist and remove the old bulb or Pull the bulb out of the socket. Reverse the process to install the new bulb and replace the socket.
Open the trunk and locate the trim door that covers the back of the drivers side tail light assembly. Open the door and locate the bulb holder. The bulb holder can be removed from the tail light assembly housing by turning counter clockwise 1/4 turn. Holding the bulb holder in one hand, press gently on the bulb and turn then bulb counter clockwise to remove. Replace with a combo bulb and reverse proceedure to re-install.
Open the rear hatch. Using a small straight edge screwdriver, insert the screwdriver into the slot at the top of each of the two screwcovers on the inside lip of the tail light assemby and carefull pry open. Remove the two screws using a philips screwdriver. Drape a small cloth over the head of a larger straight edge screwdriver and insert at the tip of the tail light assembly (on the rear side of the car and carefully turn back and forth while wiggling the entire assembly. This will eventually allow you to work the tail light assembly loose from the grip pin that is holding the assembly on. Once removed, replace the appropriate bulb. With the assembly still not installed, have someone step on the brake to ensure the new bulb is working properly. Reinstall assembly. Hope this was helpful....I just changed mine.