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.
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!!
RIGHT OF STEERING COLUMN, MOUNTED TO BOTTOM OF INSTRUMENT PANEL CARRIER.
its underneath the steering wheel... you just need to remove the cover and its right there
under and to the right of the steering wheel column, behind the panel that can be removed...closest to your right knee while driving.
Located right of steering column, mounted to bottom of instrument panel carrier.
The 2000 Pontiac Firebird starter can be found on the right hand side of the engine. The starter will be near the back of the engine.
Everything should bolt right up.
I have a 1990 Pontiac firebird, and the gap on that, I believe is .035. If you still have the sticker under your hood with the engine size, it says it right on there.
It is inside the panel under steering wheel column. You have to remove the panel, it has two screws. turn signal flasher is on right side clipped to metal brace, the emergency flasher is on the left side attached the same way. Not hard to replace, just not much room to work. email@example.com
Give more info on what you have tried.. Go to question/answer # 19 on the Firebird faq's list, "If a 95 firebird starts right up..." Maybe this will help?!
Remove the panel under steering wheel. There will be 2 flashers. Replace one on right.
In the carb right behind the fuel intake line
should be on the driver side, right under the vin number.
2000 Pontiac Firebird turn signal light bulb lamp replacement procedure: Purchase the correct replacement turn signal light bulb(s) first, before disassembling the vehicle. See sources and related links below for replacement bulb information and full light bulb part numbers list. Then consult your owner's manual for the turn signal light bulb lamp replacement procedure. As simple as it sounds, the owner's manual is the best place to start for bulb replacement instructions and illustrations. You may want to consider replacing both left and right at the same time in order to keep brightness and color equal (optional).
Pull off panel under steering wheel. You will see two separate flashers. Replace the one on the right.
Right of steering column, mounted to bottom of instrument panel carrier.
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I'm not sure about a 1999 but on my 1994 I had to replace the starter and it was almost right in the center of the car just a little to the passenger side. On it, if you don't know much about cars, you could just follow the exhaust pipes and it should be right above them.
trouble putting right front signal bulb in.
if you don't own a chilton's manual,the easiest way to explain this is to look under the dash,just right of where the fuse panel is you should see 2 2 prong plugs.one is your blower fan relay,the other is your flasher(turn signal) relay.
on what car
Hope this helps...I just replaced the right turn signal bulb on 2001 Pontiac GTP. Imagine it is very similar to yours. Inside the trunk, pull the carpet back. Then unscrew the fasteners that are behind the lighting mechanism. Then the whole lighting mechanism pulls out (from the outside of the car) and the turn signal bulb is the one on the end. Pull out the bulb and replace with a new one. Hope this helps you.
Actually there are 2 flashers under the dash under the steering column. One on right side of the column and one on the left side of the column. One is for emergency flashers and one is for signal lights. Hope this helps.
it is on the passenger side right behind where the exhaust pipes meet to form the y pipe
Check the bulbs. A failed bulb can often cause the signal to stop working on that side.
your distributor is not set right. its probably in backwards by 180 degrese