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Can't find replacement turn signal socket

Hey all. I have a 2007 Redline and managed to damage one of the front turn signal sockets. I was trying to put 3157 led bulbs in and tried forcing it. Turns out I have 3757 and not 3157. I was thinking of replacing both sockets so that I have 3157 but the AC Delco LS92 connector does not fit into my assembly. Anyone have any ideas?
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I'm facing the same issue here. I broke my turn signal socket in a traffic accident and I don't seem to find it anywhere.

Did you manage to fix it? Any input guys?

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Did you try RockAuto? For the Solstice you can buy the whole turn signal assembly, including the pigtail (connector + wire) for pretty cheap. Make sure you get one that comes WITH the wire, though.

Not sure about the Sky, but take a look and see.

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Hi,

Thanks for the advise, I just checked their website. They are selling ACDelco LS92 socket, which doesn't fit as cnvrtble98 said!

Any ideas?

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Did you try RockAuto? For the Solstice you can buy the whole turn signal assembly, including the pigtail (connector + wire) for pretty cheap. Make sure you get one that comes WITH the wire, though.

Not sure about the Sky, but take a look and see.
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Tried a dealer?

http://parts.nalleygmc.com/showAssem...ssembly=389889

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3157 bulbs fit in 3757 sockets, all you have to do is trim the small nub on each side of the bulb connector.

I know this because I converted all my lights to LEDs earlier this year and I used 3157 LEDs in the front blinkers and they work fine.
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Its not there, you have to buy either the full assembly or the lamp.
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Thanks for the info bro

The problem is I cant find a socket that will fit on the fog light assembly. Its not bulb and socket issue

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3157 bulbs fit in 3757 sockets, all you have to do is trim the small nub on each side of the bulb connector.

I know this because I converted all my lights to LEDs earlier this year and I used 3157 LEDs in the front blinkers and they work fine.
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Any input guys? I'm stuck
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Ran into the same issue...its a struggle.

I spoke to the dealership and they say it has to be the entire assembly in order to get new sockets unless you find a scrap yard that has a wrecked Sky (may they rest in piece) but the dealership said it would be $250-$300 for the assembly...just that part, no install . On top of that I was told the wire harness is quite a pain to get to in order to do a simple unplug re-plug replacement, making a DIY a little tough.

I know this isn't much help toward a solution but it'll save you some trouble...hopefully someone knows where to find a fix cheaper...otherwise I think we've all made an expensive mistake.
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So, the question remains:
If the LS92 socket that is called for doesn't fit in the original lamp assembly (because the collar is too big)
then what DOES fit in that lamp assembly?
GM - AC/DELCO had to get them from somewhere.
There's barely an original part on the car that is not used on some other GM vehicle...
someone has to be able to find out what the correct p/n is for the turn-signal pigtail.
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