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Chevrolet Sonic Owner's Manual: Taillamps, Turn Signal, Stoplamps, and Back-Up Lamps

Chevrolet Sonic Owner's Manual / Vehicle Care / Bulb Replacement / Taillamps, Turn Signal, Stoplamps, and Back-Up Lamps

Sedan Taillamp Shown, Hatchback Taillamp Similar


Sedan Taillamp Shown, Hatchback Taillamp Similar

1. Back-up Lamp
2. Turn Signal Lamp
3. Stop Lamp/Taillamp
4. Sidemarker Lamp

To replace one of these bulbs:

1. Open the trunk.

2. Remove the two screws, which secure the taillamp assembly.


2. Remove the two screws, which secure the taillamp assembly.

3. Remove the taillamp assembly by pulling it straight back until the two posts disengage from the grommets.

4. Remove the bulb socket from the taillamp assembly by turning it counterclockwise.

5. Remove the bulb by pulling it straight out.

6. Install a new bulb into the bulb socket.

7. Install the bulb socket into the taillamp assembly by turning it clockwise.

8. Install the taillamp assembly and tighten the two screws.

Fog Lamps (RS)
To replace the front fog lamp bulb: 1. Locate the fog lamp located under the front fascia. 2. Remove the cap from the back of the fog lamp assembly. 3. Disconnect the electrical connector from th ...

License Plate Lamp
Lamp Assembly Bulb Assembly 1. Bulb Socket 2. Bulb 3. Lamp Assembly To replace one of these bulbs: 1. Push the left end of the lamp assembly toward the right. 2. Turn the lamp assembly down ...

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Liftgate Strut Replacement
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