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Old 01-11-2018, 05:57 PM
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JUST BOUGHT A 2008 VERT . REAR TURN SIGNAL WORKS . WILL REVIEW FUZE BOX & BULB REPLACE . ANY OTHER GREMLINS I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ??

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Old 01-11-2018, 07:10 PM
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First guess would be a bad lamp.
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Originally Posted by baileysade View Post
JUST BOUGHT A 2008 VERT . REAR TURN SIGNAL WORKS . WILL REVIEW FUZE BOX & BULB REPLACE . ANY OTHER GREMLINS I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ??

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a bad bulb can hardly be considered a "gremlin"..
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a bad bulb can hardly be considered a "gremlin"..
Bulb works still have no flash
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You do realize there are two filaments in the bulb, right? One can burn out and the other can still work.
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Originally Posted by baileysade View Post
Bulb works still have no flash
define "bulb still works".
is it a dual filament bulb? ... BOTH filaments are working?

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Make sure that both filament wires are good in the bulb, and if they are, could be a socket connector tab to bulb tombstone wire connection problem isntead

https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...rn-signal.html
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You do realize there are two filaments in the bulb, right? One can burn out and the other can still work.
Thanks !! Will pull the bulb & check out both filaments
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Originally Posted by baileysade View Post
Thanks !! Will pull the bulb & check out both filaments
Don't forget to check the small socket prongs that may need to be tweaked back out as well.
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