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Replacing Rear Left Turn Signal Lamp

It is my second time to change the bulb of my MiniVan. I still can find my post which described how it did on my blog.

Last time it is 3057LL, Sylvania Long Life Lamps. Clear bulbs.

I went to Walmart and found 3057A LL, it is also Long Life Lamps, but, with yellow, or amber glass bulbs.

3057all-lamps

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Replace rear turn signal bulb of Montana SV6

It is the first time that I replace rear turn signal of Pontiac Montana SV6. I am not a handy man. I just like to play computer only.
OK. The situation is right rear turn signal issue. It is not working. If I send it to car dealer to fix it, it may cost $50.
How to DIY replace it? Which lamp is it to replace?
I do not want to give my whole story. Only valuable information is worth to record here.
1) Tool.
T screw driver. It is T-30, you need it.
T-30-screw-driver

2) Lamp
The original one is WAGNER 3057KX bulb.
I bought a Sylvania Long Life Lamps 3057LL. Two lamps a pack.
It is about $3.50 at Walmart.
3057-long-life-lamps

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Three steps to make your own VPS

It is not that easy for a newbie to make a workable VPS by himself.
I have three year experience on VPS. I can make it as simple as possible to show you how to do it in three steps.
0) THIS STEP IS NOT COUNTED.
You need a VPS at least. I recommend BurstNet. The price is good. The service is OK per price.
After you order your own VPS and paid the invoice, you probably get the email in 8 hours for your account information.
You have panel and ssh account.
Went to panel and rebuild your VPS by choosing Centos 5 minimum OS template.
Now it is my three steps
1) Step 1
SSH your VPS by root user. Enter following command to install httpd

yum install httpd-devel

2) Step 2
Install MySQL server, and start MySQL server.

yum install mysql mysql-server mysql-devel
/etc/init.d/mysqld start

3) Step 3

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