Reads like more than a few people have experienced this.
With the LED lamp repeatedly falling out and electrical connectivity problems, I'd suspect that you may have a damaged socket.I cany believe I got these we in before..I cant get the socket to lign up with the grooves on the tail light, I have now had to retrieve bulb 3 more times, coming back to see if anyone has a suggestion here, im trying to get in there with needle nose but I can't get it to light up, maybe I'm missing something
Nope I was being serious, seems like awesome stuff just never heard of it, maybe because I'm on the east coast, I went to 2 hope depots and lowes none of them had anything close to eat quake putty so I had to use double sides tape.(Not sure if you're being facetious, who doesn't have a small package of earthquake putty in their well-equipped tool box??)
In California (San Andreas fault vulnerable), most hardware stores carry one version or another.
What I bought is "Quake Hold museum putty". Museums everywhere use tiny bits of this to hold delicate items on display shelves so they don't 'walk' around in response to building shock or vibration.
Amazon has multiple versions of the same stuff - search "Earthquake Putty": Loctite Fun Tak Mounting Putty, Quake Hold, Gorilla Mounting Putty, etc.
Amazon.com : earthquake putty
That’s easy. Take inside cover off. Use a pair of standard pliers in the wide open position. You can reach all the bulbs!!!!!!
😂 same thing happened to me several years ago. Damn thing is still riding around in there
Wrap some electrical tape around bulb base and socket . Sleep better