Begin by removing the wiring harness from your 1983 Volvo 240 turn signal lamp. Remove the turn signal lamp assembly retaining bolts. The turn signal lamp assembly will come out. Reverse the process to install the new turn signal lamp assembly.
how do you remove the turn signal assembly on a 1989 Pontiac Bonneville
Just had to do this. At the top outside edge of the headlight assembly, where it meets the turn signal assembly, there is a space you can put a finger through and push down a plastic tab. It's not hard to see if you know it is there. With the tab pushed down, the whole turn signal assembly can be pulled forward and out.
One of four things can cause a turn signal not to work. Either the turn signal switch assembly, a bad bulb, a bad fuse, or a bad turn signal flasher.
The turn signal cam is broken on the switch side. You need to replace the turn signal switch assembly.
the bulb with two elements in it is the turn signal and brake light bulb
Pull turn signal lever?
Pull the turn signal stalk.
The high beam switch is on the reverse of the turn signal switch arm
Could be part of the switch assembly (Hazard warning turn signal module)
If you remove the headlight assembly you will have access to the turn signal bulb.
The turn signal light can be accessed from the back of the turn signal light assembly. Push the lightbulb connector in and turn at the same time. The lightbulb will come out and can be changed.
Reach behind the bumper of the 99 Cavalier. There are two nuts that hold the turn signal assembly in. Remove the nuts to take the assembly off and replace it.
Turn signal bar?
It's the the turn signal switch that controls the Cruise Control Assembly. Therefore any problem to the Turn Signal switch affects the whole road safety.
Look back on responses to how to change headlight or turn signal assemblies on this page. Do the same thing, just twist out the bulb and twist in the new and reassembe. You must remove the turn signal assembly and the headlight assembly must be loosened. But it is very easy.
behind the hazard button, its built as complete assembly for Turn/hazard signal
i have read it may be the headlight switch the same thing has happened to my 91 dynasty it cost 15.99 from advance auto parts.
Replacing the turn signal switch involves replacing the entire turn signal assembly. Remove the screws from the steering column cover to remove the top of the steering column. You can take off the bottom (I was able to work around it). There are only a few screws holding the turn signal assembly. Remove the screws and unfasten the electrical connectors.
Turn signal stalk.
Pull the turn signal arm toward you.
The turn signal flasher is located in the same assembly as the hazard button the dashboard just above the stereo. You need to remove the trim pieces from the dashboard in order to access the flasher assembly.
You will have to remove the turn signal housing assembly, then turn it upside down and shake it till the remains of the old bub fall out. hope this helps
Hello what you will find is that there are actually 3 thumb screws that have to be removed in order to change out the turn signal light bulb. Basically, these three thumb screws anchor the whole headlight assembly. Although it should be designed such that you only need to remove the turn-signal assembly you cannot because of a hidden anchor clip on the lower portion of the turn-signal assembly. There are detailed instructions in the the shop manual. If you do not have a manual, here is how to do it (directions assume removing drivers-side headlight assembly and viewing the area from the front of the van): Remove the thumb screw on the left side of the headlight assembly as well as the thumb screw on the top of the head light assembly. The third thumb screw simply anchors the turn-signal assembly to the head light assembly. Initially, just loosen that screw. The whole assembly is now loose but still held in by two plastic posts on the bottom of the headlight assembly and two plastic posts on the end of the turn-signal assembly closest to the fender/wheel area. Pull the whole assembly kind of up, out, and down. It takes a bit of juggling but it will come out. Once the whole assembly is out you can separate the turn-signal assembly from the head light assembly and put the headlight assembly back in place. To separate the assemblies remove the third thumb screw (if its too tight to remove by hand you will need a Torx screw driver of size T-30; if you don't have a Torx a small flathead screw can work); also, you will notice the hidden clip that is the final anchor holding the turn-signal assembly to the head light assembly. Use a flat-head screw driver to release it. Now the units should be separated. To remove the turn signal bulb socket from the turn-signal assembly, simply turn it counter-clockwise while pressing down on the safety clip and pull it out of the back of the turn-signal assembly. The owners manual lists the type of bulb. It should be an amber 3157. The bulb pulls straight out of the socket. Replace the bulb. Place the socket back into the turn-signal assembly (turn it clockwise until the safety clip snaps). Replace the Headlight assembly (two thumb screws and the two plastic alignment posts anchor it), but do not tighten the screws until the turn-signal assembly is in place. Replace the turn-signal assembly by first aligning the plastic posts and then anchoring it to the head light assembly with the thrid thumb screw. Make sure everything is aligned properly and tight all the thumb screws. An experienced person can probably make this change, start to finish, in 15 minutes. First timers will probably take 30 minutes as it takes some time to understand how the designers anchored everything.
Open the hood. Near the front of the turn signal assembly there is a Phillips head screw. Loosen but do not remove the screw; it releases the front of the assembly. You then need to pull forward to release the pin holding the rear of the assembly. Reverse the above to replace the assembly.