2007 Chevy Aveo Indicator light bulb Replacement
해당 안내서는 저희 커뮤니티의 멋진 회원께서 작성하였습니다. iFixit 직원이 관리하지 않습니다.
Not a complicated job, but the trick is to pull the light assembly straight out. It does have some plastic studs that have a tendency of breaking off easy.
- 작성자: oldturkey03
- 예상 시간 10 - 15 분
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Here it is o'dark thirty and mother in law got pulled over by the local sheriff for a broken indicator. Nice Guy, let her off with a warning. She wants it changed NOW. The large tail light assemblies on the Aveo contains the brake and parking lights, turn signal and the back up lights.
해당 안내서 퍼가기
해당 안내서를 사이트/포럼에 작은 위젯으로 포함하려면 크기를 선택하고 아래 코드를 복사하십시오.
단계 1 — Indicator light bulb ¶
Here is a view of the left tail light assembly
Open the rear hatch,( or trunk if it is a sedan). On the inside of the assembly are two retaining screws. Remove those
both screws are #6x3/4 inch
단계 2 ¶
Here is a view of the assembly with the screws removed.
Insert some sort of prying tool between the tail light assembly and the body, just below the crease in the body and pry to the rear of the vehicle. a snap will be felt/heard as the plastic stud releases
Move the prying tool to above 1 1/2 inch above the bottom of the assembly. Insert it between the assembly and body and gently pry toward the rear of the vehicle. This should free the second stud.
단계 3 ¶
Now just pull the assembly straight back.
Locate the burned out bulb. In this case it was the indicator light. Rotate the bulb sockets in a counterclockwise direction.
Pull the sockets straight out of the tail light assembly.