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How do you replace the right rear turn signal on a 1995 Pontiac Firebird?

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2015-07-16 19:32:15
2015-07-16 19:32:15

try the flasher first should be under the dash..... if you remove the cover under the steering wheel, couple of screws, it should be on the left hand side.

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The flasher probably controls both turn signals. You may just need to replace the bulb. You will need to pull back the rear carpeted paneling a little bit and remove 5 plastic retention nuts. The rear taillight will come out quite easily and bulb should be replaced with a common 1037 1307 or whatever number is similar to that. When the bulb burns out, typically, the signal will no longer flash on that side.

Does your front fog lights work? My turn signal wasnt working and when i removed the tail light the bulbs were fine, it was because the fog light in the front was out..it controls your rear signal too! I would check that first if its ur fog light you have to go under the car and remove the black cover to get to the light i think its 10mm and then you can pull the bulb if its blown that'll fix it!!

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