So, I just replaced my passenger side Front Turn Signal Lamp for the 2nd time since being the second owner of Roxanne (over 2 months). The Driver Side has been replaced too already, and the other night, I noticed the solid blinker on the dash, pulled into O'Reilly's, and got some help getting that plastic lamp sucker outta the damned lamp: the bulb was blue and cracked at the top! The base was fried black, the inside of the connector fried all over!
"THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DON'T USE BULB GREASE," said the guy at O'Reilly's.
Lmao, now I'm just wondering, can you just buy a new connector for the bulbs, or should I have the entire wiring harness looked over? Cause it happens to the driver side too, not to mention my Hi-Beams need replacement, Fogs need replacement, rear spoiler taillight need replacement...O'Reilly's guy said this is a huge problem for the '98 Camaro's: quick bulb burnouts all over.
Any suggestions? Tips? Anything I should ask my mechanic to double over and make sure a part/specific point in the wiring harness is good?