On most newer vehicles the tail light bulbs can be accessed by opening the rear door and removing a panel that allows access to the tail lights and the bulbs. If this is not possible you should have some type of screws on the tail light lenses itself that can be removed to access the bulbs.
on a 1999 mountaineer, simply remove the two screws at the top of the lens assy. then gently pry the lens rearward away from the steel piilar and the lens assy will come off into your hands. the wires going to the bulb sockets will limit distance the lens assy will move. now reach in and give a twist to the socket and it should separate from the lens assy. now replace the bulb and reverse the process. the whole ordeal should not take more than ten or fifteen minutes.
brake light on when driving oldsmobile alero
what does the engine light on the 1999 olds alero mean
Check the brake pedal switch. Check the bulbs. Check the grounds.
how do you reset change the oil light in a 2004 alero?
No, a wheel bearing should not set off a low tire pressure light in a 1999 Oldsmobile Alero.
change bulbs in gear selector of 2001 oldsmobile aurora
894 for Sylvania.
You can remove the ABS and brake light, from your Oldsmobile Alero, by removing the dash cover. The light retaining nut must be removed. The light will come out.
On a 2003 Oldsmobile Alero, the fog light fuse is located inside the dashboard fuse box on the right. The fog light fuse is a ten amp fuse.
It should, yes. That would be normal operation.
you either have a blown bulb or you have a broken wire
turn off engine, and start again