Sounds like an intermittently open circuit. Check for loose or cooroded connections at the socket where you plug in the light bulb. Also you could clean and adjust the socket itself for a snug fit. You'll notice two soldered points on the bottom of the bulb, these points should fit snugly into the socket casing. Use a pair of needle nose plyers to gently pull the small strip of metal, located in the center of the socket, a little at a time until a snug fit is obtained. If there is any play between the bulb and the socket this could cause intermittent operation. Make sure your head lights, brake lights and running lights are off before making adjustments.
How you change fog lights bulbs on a 2004 Toyota Corolla
check the fuses
Check fuse for parking lights (same circuit) Check bulbs could be a bad headlight switch
If your 92 Toyota Corolla taillights are out, but the dash light and fuse work fine, the bulbs could have burn out. Replace bulbs on each side.
bad fuse,bad switch or bulb montiner
Check the bulbs first, I've seen where both burn out and you can be lead to believe you have an electrical problem.
What model of Corolla ? You have to take the dash board out and the bulbs can be removed and replaced from the back. The dashboard on the Corolla is not that difficult to take out, but you have to do it slowly and carefully.
First off are your dash lights out if so its more likely to be a fuse that you need to replace check your owners manual the dash lights in a corolla are LED lights so its not likely they have burned out. if your looking to change the color of the bulb go to an audio installer for directions on removing your dash panels to get at the bulbs to replace them there's one in your center section and i don't know about the instrument cluster
Low beams - 9006 bulbs or HB4 bulbs High beams - 9005 bulbs or HB3 bulbs
It could be caused by a bad ground or severed wire somewhere.
Headlights are light bulbs not too much different from the bulbs in your home...they must be periodically changed. In short...you have a blown bulb. If you replace the bulb and the lights still do not work you must check the fuse to see if it is blown. If it is not the bulb or the fuse, you have an electrical problem requiring a mechanic.
on some cars the tail lights and brake lights are totally different bulbs gain access to the bulbs and have someone push the brakes so that you can determine which bulbs are the brake lights and replace the tail lights
go inside the trunk there should be a clip you push that down an pull the assimbly out an replace the burned out bulbs hope this helps you...
you don't! remove bezel for gauges, remove four screws for gauge assembly, pull forward and tilt, replace the four bulbs.
its on different bulbs
How do you change the light bulbs in the instrument panel in 1998 Toyota corolla
check fuses and and all switches one may be bad.also check bulbs behind dash they may be blowed.
Change front light bulbs
AnswerThe bulbs for the brake lights are usually separate from the normal tail light bulbs. Check and replace the brake bulbs first, and if they are still not working examine the fuses, switch and wiring.
yes it is found in lights bulbs.. Xp
Titanic had over 10,000 light bulbs.
You don't state what they are or not doing. If none of them work, change the flasher. If just one side works replace the bulbs that are not working.how do you get at the bulb to change please explain
Answer You might want to check your flasher relay which is under the dash.
LED lights are better than bulbs because they are more energy efficient, and environment friendly. You can definitely get a lot of savings with LED light bulbs.
98 sierra1500 4x4 all lights work excepttail lights fuses are good bulbs are new