There is a switch, top of your steering collum (in the plastic housing above your ignition switch) that provides a parking light on function (don't ask me why) that is easily turned on, or "bumped"). This switch causes the trouble you describe in about 99% of the trouble you describe, simply turn it off.
If you want to change the light you have to remove the right rear internal panel (located in the trunk). Only after removing the panel you will gain access to the light. Then it's just matter of removing nuts replacing the light and putting everything together.
after removing the two nuts from the rear light how do tou get it out of the rear panel
as long as there is ambient clearance in front of the panel...
A Chevy Lumina door panel is held in by screws and push pins. After removing the screws, use a special tool to pop the pins out without damaging the panel.
No you can't.
yes its possible but not available 4 free
No, there has to be a three foot clearance in front of the panel. This is so that electricians can work safely on the panel.
There are no restrictions other than working clearance's and dedicated space for panel.
The odometer light fuse also controls other lights on your instrument panel. The odometer light can be removed by removing the instrument panel cover. Push the light bulb in and turn at the same time. The light bulb will come out. Replace it with a new light bulb.
Well, you could try one of those plungers for unblocking a sink.
There is an access panel above the fuel pump inside the car. Remove that panel and you can change the pump without removing the fuel tank.
Yes you do. The circuit breaker box must be accessible without moving or lifting any objects. A three-foot clearance should be maintained around the box. The box door should be able to open to a 90 degree angle without obstacles. The height of the ceiling should be at least 6 feet. There must be a light in the area.