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    Senior Member Z28boy2000's Avatar
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    Turn Signal

    Does anyone know why i would have to keep replacing my D/S front turn signal all the time. i have gone through 5 or 6 bulbs in 4 months...any clues why this could be?

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    Senior Member GULLETT17's Avatar
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    well i know on the ta's the design is horrible. . . the bulb comes in from the bottom and holds moisture in the socket. how corroded does the inside of the socket/harness look? dont know for sure how its exactly set up on the camaros but check out housing for any cracks or holes. check the seal on your socket/harness, they get old and don't seal properly. id try to buy a new harness and if it still keeps happenoing; there is moisture gettin in throught you housing somehow and youll probably have to change it.

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