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1995 Plymouth Acclaim v6 - Need to replace front and rear left turn signal bulbs. Please advise on steps to remove the light covers and access the socket from the trunk?

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SOURCE: 2003 Toyota Sienna - Need to replace left rear brake light

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I just replaced my left rear brake light on my 2005 Sienna. I followed the manual directions and removed the two metal bolts from the tail light cover. However the assembly did not come off. I could open it a little and it appeared to be bolted from the inside. I looked online but didn't find an answer. I had already gotten pulled over and I didn't want to go to the dealer so I pulled on the assembly a little harder applying even pressure to the top and the bottom and it popped loose. I didn't yank it. There are two metal pegs that have a little lip on them and thats where you are getting the resistance. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Rear blinker does not work need to access bulb

Your rear bulb is burnt out if you say the front one is working .. the speed up of flashing means your bulb is bad.. you might have to get in the trunk and unscrrew those hand wing nuts and push that tail light outward to get to the bulbs ... thanks Jerry and holler if you need more.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: front driver side turn signal light doesn't flash

replace flasher......usually located in fuse block area...listen in this area....select passenger side ...then select driver side...you can hear flasher clicking...you have seperate flashers for each...FLASHERS are small cubes plugged into fuse block....probable bad driverside flasher

Posted on May 09, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: left rear turn signal light on my 1999 chev. s10 is not working

any increase in bink speed is direcly related to a bulb being burt out.

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

super_guy

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SOURCE: rear left and right turn signal lights not working.

the electronic flasher module may be faulty, or you could have blown a fuse

Posted on Aug 13, 2009

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Left rear turn signal, left rear hazard light, and left rear brake light do not come on, but right side does. When parking lights or headlights are turned on, both right and left work.


Replace that bulb. All those functions are from the same one filament inside those two filament bulbs. One filament is for park lights, and the other is for turns and brake light.

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1993 plymouth acclaim turn signal flashes rapidly, new flasher didn't work.


bad earth on a back light i suspect providing their europeon standard lights with yellow seperate indicators and not them funny american ones with a stop and tail and indicators all on the one bulb

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Front right signal lights come on but don't blink, rear right does not come on at all. Left side is working fine.


That means that the right rear bulb is blown and needs to be replaced and then you should have your turn signals back to working right. I hope this helps you and good luck.

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Someone hit my left front bumper and now my signal lights don't work


they blow one of the turn signal bulbs out. replace you front turn signals. if that dont do it then your turn signal switch or turn relay is bad.

Jan 05, 2011 | 1992 Plymouth Acclaim

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The left turn signal works okay the right turn signal lights stay on won't flash


It sounds like you need to replace a turn signal buln, check both front and rear

Oct 13, 2010 | 1993 Plymouth Acclaim

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I have no signals and when brakes lights are on, lose brake light to either side turn signal is set on


Hi!!

If you activate the turn signal switch and you step on the brake pedal, the turn switch (on the steering column) deactivates the brake light to make the signal light more visible. The bulb for the stop and turn lights is the same.

Turn hazard lights ON. If they don't blink, replace turn/hazard flasher, If one or more lights don't come on, replace bulb.

Check fuse and circuit wiring for broken or loose connections. If all looks fine, check following:

If front turn lights work fine, check brake/turn bulbs.

If turn lights come on but don't blink, replace turn signal/hazard flasher.

If front and back turn lights don't come on, replace switch on column.

Let me know how it worked out, Good Luck

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Right blinker does not blink


check your bulbs one is not working properly it can be either the front bulb or the rear bulb you can swap then with the left side and see what happen

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Signal light bulb change/who and where


  1. From under front wheelhouse, remove access cover behind park and turn signal lamp
  2. Through access hole in wheelhouse, rotate park and turn signal socket counterclockwise one quarter turn.
    1. Pull socket from back of lamp.
    2. Pull bulb from socket. INSTALLATION
      1. Align key on bulb base to groove in socket and insert bulb into socket.
      2. Through access hole in wheelhouse, insert socket into back of lamp.
      3. Rotate park and turn signal socket clockwise one quarter turn.
      4. Install access cover and verify lamp operation.
Hope this helps with your prob

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1990 acclaim signal and brake lights


You need to check for power & ground at left rear socket, and clean it & contacts in it well, and may have to squeeze socket a bit to supply better ground to outside of bulb base. If that doesn't work, poke wires going into back of socket with test light, with signal on, and if power present, replace the socket assy. About $5.00

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Turn signal will not ''flash'' on /off-cops pulled me over about it


The problem is most likely not a bulb and certainly not a fuse but the 'flasher'. The flasher is located under the driver's side A/C duct above the fuse box. It just plugs in so you shouldn't need any tools.

Dec 13, 2008 | 1991 Plymouth Acclaim

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