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Tail Lights for Chevrolet El Camino

Chevrolet El Camino Tail Lights

The Chevrolet El Camino remains a classic American vehicle that Chevrolet is proud of from its wheels to its motors on up to its roof. Since the Chevy El Camino proved so well-known in its years of production from 1959-1960 and 1964-1987, the combination of pickup truck and passenger car is still on the road. Taillights form an absolute base line of safety for proper operation of this Chevy vehicle, and you can replace them when you need to.

Are there Chevrolet El Camino replacement taillights?

With such a length of production, there are taillights for the Chevrolet El Camino and the El Camino SS. From the first pressure on the brakes to your signal intent to stop, the taillights on the El Camino need to flash so that following vehicles determine their range from your back bumper to their front one. Taillights for the SS and regular El Camino are simple to replace. You may choose between original dealer parts or aftermarket parts.

What are original dealer El Camino parts and aftermarket parts?

Original dealer taillights manufactured by Chevrolet provide exact specifications to replace your taillight, and they have the cachet of Chevrolet quality. Aftermarket parts are not made by Chevrolet. If they are CAPA certified, aftermarket parts are guaranteed to fit and perform like the original.

How do you replace taillights in the Chevrolet El Camino?

Refer to the manual for any specialized technique necessary for your vehicle, but the general replacement instructions are given below. Tools you will need are a Phillips or blade screwdriver, a socket/ratchet set, and a wooden or plastic tool to pry the stud out of its socket if this is a captive stud/socket application. Using a metal tool will scratch the paint.

  1. Unscrew the frame of the taillight enough to remove it after disconnecting the battery for safety. Threaded studs embedded in the taillight are one way to fasten the assembly, and another way is the captive stud/socket method. You will need a socket wrench set for this method.
  2. Brush away any broken bits of bulb or taillight carefully.
  3. Change the bulbs while youre replacing the taillights if you have not changed the bulbs in the last two years.
  4. Save the fasteners for reuse if necessary.
  5. Observe how the old part fits on your El Camino and make notes to properly fit in the new one.
  6. Carefully place the new taillight before securing with screws, bolts, and nuts.
  7. Hook up the battery again and test the new light.