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Bulb is burnt out, where can i find a replacement?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've done alot of research on this problem and from what I found GM is aware of the problem...it is very common in this model...however there is little that can be done...I myself was replacing sockets about every two weeks that had melted. I tried dielectric grease, different bulbs, and even modifying the high beam type socket so it would fit the low beam bulb hoping it would handle the heat. However nothing worked. Finally I decided to bypass the socket and cut it off and replace it with simple spade connectors on the wire that fit the bulb connections. I then packed the back of the bulb with dielectric grease. Haven't had a problem since...Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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