I have a 95.
If if in rear, just "unscrew" the little plastic wing looking things around the back tailight trim...pop out the WHOLE trim thing, and find the bulb not working, replace it, pop it all back in, put the wingy things back on tighten them up...done.
If in the front, I think you can just pop open the hood, look in there next to the headlite "bulbs" so cool they are...and you should be able to replace there.
By removing the locks that hold the headlight assembly in place you can wiggle the headlight assembly out to gain access to the headlight bulbs for replacement.
There are no bulbs, it is a panel of mini-lights. You access this from the trunk area.
You don't need to replace any bulbs or fuses. The problem lies within the circuitboard, which I am able to refurbish. Contact me a ANCTechnologies at hotmail
you can take the tail light out by unscrewing the wing nuts in the trunk, when all wing nuts are off pull the tail light out then take the light bulbs out to replace the tail light.
Remove the door panel.
Remove access panel in trunk area--Wing nuts should release taillight assembly and bulbs twist out
Remove the entire headlight assembly to gain access to the bulbs.
If you can not remove fasteners on outside, you may need to cut a section out of the inside of trunk to get your hand by the bulbs.
Generally, the lense has small tabs on it that can be gently pried out to get access to the bulbs.
Could be a blown fuse bad bulbs or bad switch check you wiring in the lights to make sure not getting a short
Need to check all fuse
Bulbs cannot be replaced. Entire control module must be replaced.
Open the hood. There is a wire loop behind the side light. Pull on loop away from light. This releases a hooked spring. Plastic light cover will fall loose and give you access to bulbs.
-- Without changing the bulbs, increase the voltage of the battery or power supply. -- If the bulbs are in series, take one out of the circuit, and replace it with a piece of wire. -- Replace incandescent bulbs with others whose filaments have lower resistance. -- Replace incandescent bulbs with fluorescent tubes. -- Replace incandescent bulbs with LEDs.
Probably a ground problem. Find the common ground for the lights.
Open the trunk and there should be several small bolts or wing nuts that can be removed. Then the entire center housing can be removed, twist the old bulbs out and replace.
To replace the bulbs in a 1997 Acura safely prop the hood open. Locate the front headlights and remove the old lights. Replace the bulbs.
The side marker bulbs on a 2002 Buick LeSabre are replaced by removing the retaining screws and disconnecting the wiring harness. The old bulb can then be removed and a new bulb put in its place.
Just turn the housing the bulb is in and pull it out. Remove and replace the bulb the same way. For the rear lights, you have to push on a tab to release the housing the bulbs are in.
The lights on your Buick could be out for a number of reasons. It could be blown fuses, faulty wiring, or dead bulbs. Your mechanic would be able to test this.
This is a bit dissapointing, but.... you dont in my 98 park avenue the "bulbs" that light up the A/C control are led bulbs, attached to a circuit board. So the only way to really replace them is to either get a new heater control, or solider new led lights to the circuit board.
The 2002 Chevy Avalanche does not have user replaceable radio bulbs. The radio needs to be dismantled by a qualified technician to replace the bulbs.
The headlights are bulbs that insert into the glass from under the hood. One is behind the battery. They turn 90 degrees and pull out. They can be tiresome to try to change
To replace the brake light bulbs on a VW Polo, pull away the carpeting in the trunk, unscrew the bolt holding the lights on, and disconnect the wiring. Replace the bulbs, put the wiring and bolts back, then replace the carpeting.