Side Repeater Lights

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What are side repeater lights?

Side repeater lights are small, round lights located on the sides of vehicles that are used to indicate a turn or lane change.

What is their purpose?

Side repeater lights are used to alert other drivers of a turn or lane change. They are designed to make it easier for cars to be seen from the side.

How do I determine if mine is faulty?

To determine if your side repeater lights are faulty, check the bulbs to make sure they are lit up. If they are not lit up, the bulbs may need to be replaced. Additionally, you can check the lens to make sure it is clean and free of cracks or discoloration.

Can a faulty side repeater light cause damage?

A faulty side repeater light can cause a driver to miss seeing a turn or lane change. This could potentially lead to an accident.

How do I replace a side repeater light?

To replace a side repeater light, follow these steps:

  1. Open the hood of your car and locate the side repeater light.
  2. Unscrew the bolts that are holding the light in place.
  3. Disconnect the wiring from the light.
  4. Insert the new light and reconnect the wiring.
  5. Secure the light in place with the screws.
  6. Close the hood.