Chevrolet Full-size Cars 1968-1978 Repair Guide

Signal and Marker Lights

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Since the light housing capsules (on the late model vehicles) are constructed by sonic welding, the only service which can be performed is the replacement of the bulbs or the light housing.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION





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Fig. Fig. 1 Front turn signal bulb removal may require unfastening the turn signal lens from the bumper



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Fig. Fig. 2 To change the front side marker bulbs, remove the front side marker lens mounting screws



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Fig. Fig. 3 Disconnect the side marker bulb holder by twisting 90 degrees and pulling outward



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Fig. Fig. 4 The bulb will simply pull out of the bulb holder



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Fig. Fig. 5 To change the rear side marker bulbs, remove the rear side marker lens mounting screw(s)



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Fig. Fig. 6 Side marker lenses use a tab to hold the top of the lens. Pull out on the bottom, then down to remove



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Fig. Fig. 7 Disconnect the side marker bulb holder by twisting 90 degrees and pulling outward



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Fig. Fig. 8 The bulb will simply pull out of the bulb holder



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Fig. Fig. 9 To change the rear brake, turn signal or parking lights, remove the plastic cover inside the trunk



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Fig. Fig. 10 Twist the bulb housing 90 degrees and pull out to gain access to the bulb



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Fig. Fig. 11 Push in on the bulb while turning counterclockwise, then pull the bulb out of the socket



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Fig. Fig. 12 To replace a back-up light, remove the lens mounting screws, then remove the lens



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Fig. Fig. 13 The rear license plate light bulb is changed by first removing the lens mounting screws ...



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Fig. Fig. 14 ... then pull the lens assembly down