Lenses can be clear or orange but clear the bulb must be orange.
28-931. Lamp colors A. Front clearance lamps and those marker lamps and reflectors mounted on the front or on the side near the front of a vehicle shall display or reflect an amber color. B. Rear clearance lamps and those marker lamps and reflectors mounted on the rear or on the sides near the rear of a vehicle shall display or reflect a red color. C. All lighting devices and reflectors mounted on the rear of any vehicle shall display or reflect a red color, except that: 1. The stoplight or other signal device may be red, amber or yellow, except on a commercial vehicle, as defined in section 28-2231, the stoplight shall be red and the other signal devices shall be red or amber. 2. The light illuminating the license plate or the light emitted by a backup lamp shall be white.
Yup - any motorized vehicle has had to have these, or side marker lights since 1968!!
The 1995 Pontiac Grand Am has reflectors on the sides that may look like side marker lights, but they are only reflectors. The tail lights and front parking lights are so positioned that they can be viewed from the sides, so separate side marker lights are unnecessary.
It's called Quik Dots. You get a roll of asphalt tape with a protective covering on both sides. They cut it into squares, stick one on the back of each marker, take the markers to the road, peel off the other cover and stick the marker to the road. The first hot day melts the asphalt, and makes the marker bond permanently. You get it from the same company that sells the reflectors.
I'm not sure of Texas law, but I'm sure that it's similar to Illinois. In Illinois, it specifically states that they must be lighted, so reflectors won't work.
You just walk right onto it, doesn't work in a vehicle.
some adjectives for marker could be: blue marker, red marker, black marker
To change the side marker lights on this model, remove the screws of under cover that attaches to the bumper. It would be easiest to do if the vehicle was lifted up in some way.
There should be a screw located inside the hood on top of the front side marker housing. Once you remove the screw, start pulling it forward (the direction of where the vehicle is facing). There should be a screw located inside the hood, on top of the front side marker housing. Once you remove the screw, start pulling it forward (the direction of where the vehicle is facing).
By "exterior" lights I am forced to assume that your mean the tail lights, brake lights, license plate lights, and if available, the side marker and clearance lamps. When a trailer light wiring harness is attached to a towing vehicle's electrical system, it is generally tied into the tail/brake/license light wiring harness. If that is the case with your setup, then the same fuses that serve the vehicles light system[s] also serves the towed vehicles lights. Usually, one fuse serves the brake lights, and another serves the tail, license, side marker, and clearance lights.