You need the suction bulb that came with the unit. In case you do not have it, it is part #62408 and is about $2.00. I am trying to figure out for myself how to get the lens cover off in order to access the bulb, and how to replace it when the new bulb is put in.
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First replace the tail light bulbs. The tail light and brake lights are different filaments in the same bulb. it is very possible for the tail lights to go out while brake lights still work. And somtimes the tail lights can blow out together.
If you change the bulbs and still dont work then look for other problems.
Hi, the brake light circuit runs through the 4 way switch, and this switch can go bad, there was a recall on them at one point, try wiggling the 4 way switch, and see if this makes a difference. If you see it does, you should contact a dealer to see if it is subject to the recall. Good luck...Coop
They have opening clips on the top side all around the cover, you can reach it with your fingers and try opening them all, the cover will come off easily, once done you can unscrew the light bulb and install a new one.
No I'm afraid this is probably best left to professionals.You basically have to disassemble the entire TV to get to the lamp.Poorest design I've ever seen!! They built it that way because they assumed it would never go out so it wouldn't have to be replaced. Also there are some voltage measurements that have to be made to determine whether it is the lamp or other failure. I don't recall right off where or what they are,sorry.
If the 2000 Saturn SL2 is the same as the '99 SL2, then your tail lights bulb is the same bulb as your break light bulb. Now they are dual bulbs, just like your head lights. So just the same way that your brights can work, but your headlight lamp be out, or vice versa, is the same with your break lights. So replace both bulbs and you should be good to go. I just had to replace both mine, one was a tail light out, and the other's break light was out, either way, same bulb. Also, check your manual for the light, or take the light out when you go in to get new ones. I found that for some reason there is some confusion on the bulb in this make in model.