: I may be the only one with an SRX to ever have this problem



conedoctor
05-13-13, 03:52 PM
So looks like I have a burnt out passenger signal light, anyone ever have that side fail?

Sheepish
05-13-13, 04:25 PM
Haha. Is joke yes?

or is it a light to signal that you have a passenger? An SRX taxi, if you will.

conedoctor
05-13-13, 04:34 PM
No I have a burnt out right side front bulb, I have never had or remember anyone having a right side bulb fail, always the left.

repnatl
05-13-13, 05:22 PM
Its funny it usually is the left now that i think about it. I've done my left 3 times and right once. All of that was in the first 7 months. I used some dielectric grease and haven't had the issue in over a year.

conedoctor
05-13-13, 05:56 PM
Look up why UPS or Fed/ex do not turn left, that's why the left burns out so much.

n7don_srx
05-13-13, 06:04 PM
Its funny it usually is the left now that i think about it. I've done my left 3 times and right once. All of that was in the first 7 months. I used some dielectric grease and haven't had the issue in over a year.
In 2004 the left headlight socket burnt and failed on my 03 Envoy. The right socket was starting to turn brown. I put dielectric grease on all headlight sockets. None have failed, including the one that was starting to brown. In fact anytime I have something unconnected I apply some grease before reconnecting.

Whiplash_89
05-13-13, 06:07 PM
I just replaced my front passenger one less then 2 weeks ago.

Sheepish
05-14-13, 08:41 AM
Same with me last week, it was my passenger side turn signal bulb.

nascarnation
05-17-13, 05:23 PM
I have had a couple fails on each side in 50,000 miles or so. Drives me nuts and easy to see why somebody who has to pay for these at a shop will be looking for a different brand on their next purchase.

jsiddall
06-10-13, 11:00 PM
Yup replaced both driver and passenger on mine. Top tip: make sure you put in a LL version of the bulb or you will be doing it again far too soon.

T33
06-26-13, 11:32 AM
I've only had to change the passenger bulb once at 75K.