My 1998 Chevy Suburban Tail Lights Won't Work?

Answer If the taillights on both sides of your 1998 Chevy Surburban failed at the same time, chances are the solution is deeper than replacing the bulbs. It is crucial to find the issue and correct it as ... Read More »

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Tail Lights Won't Work on a 1994 Suburban?

If the tail lights are not functioning on your vehicle, there are several possible solutions to the problem. A fuse may have blown out, the bulb or wiring may not be installed correctly or the bulb... Read More »

How do I Fix Tail Brake Lights on a 1998 Silverado?

The Chevrolet Silverado pickup is part of Chevy's line of full-size pickup trucks; the 1998 Silverado was the first year of this series. The Silverado requires a 3057 bulb in the taillight assembly... Read More »

How Do I Change a Burned-Out Bulb in the Tail Light of a 1997 Chevy Suburban?

A burned-out bulb in the tail light of your 1997 Chevrolet Suburban can create an unsafe driving condition. The Suburban is a full-sized sport utility vehicle based on the Silverado pickup truck. T... Read More »

How to Fix Leaking Tail Lights on a 1998 Dodge Neon?

Although the taillight on your 1998 Dodge Neon looks like a solid mass, it is made of many pieces of plastic assembled and glued together. As the taillight assembly ages, it may crack from wear and... Read More »