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Old 01-13-2009, 10:32 PM   #1
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i need to replace a passenger side inner tail light bulb on my 97 bonneville how do you get to it do i have to take off the black plastic at the bottom of the trunk because i can't even see the socket but i see the socket for drivers side
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Which lights are you trying to change? I have a write up for the ones in the trunk lid.

https://www.gmforum.com/t278819/

I would do up the outer lights, but it'* way to cold at -9
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i am trying to do the ones on the trunk thanks for your help
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Cool, good thing I made that write up yesterday then. Let me guess, that hidden bolt got you?
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no all the bolts got me never thought to look in that area i had just glanced up in there the other day because i was working and had the car in the garage lol what kind of bulbs do they take
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I might be wrong, but I think those bulbs are 194 So just look for the bulbs with 194 as the part number.
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alright i think i have some of them bulbs i worked at a gm dealership for 16yrs and stocked up on a few things this april i will have that car 3 yrs and never touched a brakelight bulb til now
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3 years for a bulb that gets used quite frequently is pretty good
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