It’s a 2017 Nissan Versa note SV and I am gonna be doing its signals today. You can get an idea of how the halogens look and now I’m gonna show you how to replace them.
On this vehicle, it is very easy to locate the actual turn signals, they’re just right there
Pull out the bulb to pick it, that’s the bulb in the car, the model number on it is 3457 which is actually a 3157 bulb as well. This is a standard socket
Switch back the 3157 led bulb, it is quite easy to play and plug. Put him in the correct side or also have one light up
Plugged it in and make sure if they’ll light up or not. Activate the emergency lights and then see if it worked. If it’s not lighting up, you got to do is to take it out flip it over reconnect it and there you go. After the checking, put it back into the socket and continue to the other side.
It just makes sure you line it incorrectly and that it’s contacting the actual pins and then slide it in. Because if what you were seeing right now is that kind of got it sideways, so it wasn’t letting me push it in. But I was making contact, so once you tie it up correctly, it’ll pop in, it’ll click and you know it’s locked in place.
Put the bolt back in and have a locking tool will reset the counter again the actual light. Switch it.
Turn the signal function and show how that works. It’s a big noticeable difference.
If you guys have any questions or concerns please let me know again. If interested let me know and thank you for reading.