the sticky titled "Defective Bulb Warning..." would have itemized the bulbsThanks, I'll take another look at the sticky, but I didn't really see any solid suggestions. I did look at both license plate illumination lights and got no where.
I can only find 4 lights that flash for blinkers, one in each headlight, and one each in the rear tail lights.
i'm not sure what 'got no where' means. are you saying that both bulbsI did look at both license plate illumination lights and got no where.
ahh...okay, so the license plate lights (of which there are 2) are functioning.Yup. I checked the lights on that list last night in the dark and they are all functional, even the two rear license plate bulbs, unless you guys mean that there are two bulbs in each reflector... There are two reflectors and one illumination lamp in each. Are the front side marker lights supposed to flash with the blinkers? They only are staying solid when the lights are turned on. Not sure if that's that problem or not.
two thoughts: the rear lights (cover) observation may have to do with theSomething is a bit weird. First off, I inspected the rear tail lights to check for corrosion. The passenger side has a cover in one area that doesn't look removeable, and the driver's side has one in that spot. Very odd. I can take a pick if you guys don't understand what I'm saying..
Other weird thing. Drove the car for a bit, no problems. Turned lights on for a while, off, parking.. Etc. No lights. I pull in the driveway and the inoperative lamp thing pops up. I'm guess that this means there is some corrosion somewhere, or maybe I need to replace the tail light bulbs that are dual filament? Let me know.
I'm going to try replacing the tail light bulbs for giggles.