you don't replace the tail light you just replace the bulb in it
This is because the tail light bulb has a different element in the bulb. Just replace the bulb and that will fix the problem.
Remove tail light housing. Remove lamp. Replace lamp. Replace tail light housing.
Replace the light bulb. Tail lights are usually dual filament, 2 filaments in one bulb.
Turn you high beams on and check your tail light. If its brighter, you have a head light bulb as a tail light bulb. 97-02 are the only ones that should do this. Find a tail light bulb and replace.(I couldn't believe it either).
Remove carpet inside trunk that covers tail ligh assembly, then unbolt tail light assembly, remove the assembly and bulb fixture of the bulb you want to replace, replace bulb and re-install in reverse order.
remove tail light, remove burnt bulb, replace burnt bulb, test if it works, then put tail light back on....
take it to chevy
peel off carpeting behind the tail light from the trunk. there should be bulb holders- pull out the holder that holds the busted bulb. you can do this by slightly turning it and pulling it out. change the bulb and replace the holder the same way you removed it.
When the tail light and break light are on the same bulb said bulb has 2 elements, one for the break and the other for the tail light, one element is burned out. Replace the bulb. If you've replaced the bulb, it might be the wiring. The holder for the bulb sometimes is at fault. They are $40.00 at the dealer, but at a pick a part or salvage yard they are $2.00.
Bulb is blown. Replace bulb.
The light bulb or the taillight lens? Open the trunk to replace the bulb.
If you can't get to the back of the light through the trunk, you have to remove the light to change the bulb from the rear.
Inside the trunk or hatch, remove the nuts(often 4)that are on the inside near your tail light. The whole tail light assembly can be pulled outward to change the bulb. The bulb assembly twists off. Replace bulb. Assemble in reverse order.
Open the hatch door and locate the two screws holding the tail light assembly and pull the assembly out of the housing. Unscrew the cover assembly, remove and replace the bulb. Reinsert assembly and replace screws
The tail light bulb on a 1999 Chevy Suburban is replaced by removing the retaining screws, pulling the bulb assembly away from the vehicle, and unscrewing the bulb. A new bulb can then be installed and the assembly screwed back in place.
remove all the screws from the tail light asembly turn bulb to remove put electrical contact greas on new bulb install new bulb replace screws
To replace the tail light bulb, open the tailgate and on the inside there is two little bolts. Take those out and the tail light should slide out, just turn the bulb holder and it comes out.
replace rear tail light bulb
don't bother....it seems impossible
Remove the tail light assembly (as I recall, it attaches with a couple of screws and is clipped to the body). Remove the bulb holder, replace the bulb, reassemble.
Assuming it is the same as a '99 Galant: you go into the trunk and unscrew the three plastic caps that are holding the fabric-covered partition on on the side of the tail light that needs the new bulb. Then, undo the nuts holding the bolts on. There is a plastic-covered bolt there - push on that and it pushes the entire tail light assembly out. Then, undo the bulb holder and replace the bulb.
u have to to take the lens off the light
remve the tail light they are on the back side.