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Old 10-24-2014, 04:09 PM   #1
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Angry 2008 Pontiac G5 turn signal receptacle

I have an issue with my 08 Pontiac G5, I've been to auto zone, some AC Delco only store, and to the dealership. All have been no help in finding me a replacement.
I'd hoped to get on here and get some better insight into how to fix my issue, which is as follows: Turn signal went out, replaced all bulbs front and back, worked for a week then the left front stopped working again. Pulled the bulb and checked for power inside the receptacle. That'* when I noticed a piece of the copper contact down inside was broken off, not allowing the turn signal bulb to make full contact.
So far no one carries just that receptacle, headlight yes, turn signal no. GM Dealership wanted me to buy a whole new fixture!!! Right!!! Parts yards tell me they have nothing beyond 2003.
So now here I am seeing if anyone could tell me how many GM cars used this style receptacle and maybe I can go cut one out of the front of a car in the junk Oops! Part yard.
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Can you tell us what is the bulb # that fits into the receptacle socket?
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Can you tell us what is the bulb # that fits into the receptacle socket?
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3157 is common. Go on amazon and type 3157 pigtail , there was a few
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