Rear Turn Signal Replacement Chevrolet Camaro (2010-2015)

1. Getting Started - Prepare for the repair

2. Remove Bulb - Steps to remove a burnt out bulb

3. Helpful Hints - How to find replacement bulb type and other hints

4. Replace Bulb - Procedures to replace the new bulb

5. More Info. - Additional information on changing rear signals

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Video Description

This video shows you how to replace a burnt out rear turn signal on your 2010 Chevrolet Camaro. We recommend that you change both the driver and passenger side bulbs at the same time on your Camaro as they get dimmer over time and if one is out, then the other one is likely to burn out soon. If the turn signal (also known as a blinker or flasher) blinks rapidly or doesn't blink at all or lights up without blinking when it is turned on, this is your Camaro's way of telling you that the bulb is burnt out. Turn your hazard lights on and check the front of your Camaro and then the back, whichever side is not lighting up is the side with the burnt out bulb.

When changing the turn signal bulb in your Camaro, be careful not to touch the glass portion of the bulb with your fingers as this will cause the bulb to burn out prematurely.

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Hans Angermeier has produced over 100,000 videos showing drivers how to fix things on their cars. He has broad expertise on basic repair procedures covering the majority of cars on the road.

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