About a week ago, the right rear turn signal bulb went out in the rockin’ Town and Country. The high-paced clicking that would invariably accompany the habitual switch of that blinker every time I’d make a right-hand turn finally got to me tonight. I decided to change the bulb. It was the clicking and the fact that Mrs. Harvey, upon opening the glove compartment to look for a napkin after our daughter spilled something in the back, discovered a fresh bulb. They come in packs of two and I must have changed one at some point in the past year. This meant I did NOT have to make a trip to the auto parts store. Score one for me!
So I got out the manual, figured out how to disconnect the housing and realized I needed a screwdriver. Don’t worry. Harvey’s the man. I’ve got the tools (in my tool box). But Harvey’s the kind of guy who likes to know what things are actually called so I can reference them properly. I’m not the handiest of handy men but I do know some basics. I can identify channel locks with the best of them. OK, so everyone knows the two biggies — the phillips and flathead screwdrivers. Here’s my question. Can anyone PLEASE tell me what in the world this bizarre star-shaped screwdriver head is called?