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Old 04-14-2006, 04:45 PM   #1
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where am i able to find numbers to all the lights to my 99 SLE such as some list somewhere (ex: High Beam - 9005)? such as brake, turn, interior, and whatnot.... you dont need to go through a bunch of trouble to find out but thanks alot if u do
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should be in your owners manual
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where am i able to find numbers to all the lights to my 99 SLE such as some list somewhere (ex: High Beam - 9005)? such as brake, turn, interior, and whatnot.... you dont need to go through a bunch of trouble to find out but thanks alot if u do
You can look it up at the Sylvania site here!

http://www.sylvania.com/ConsumerProd...placementGuide
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that or you do the hard way look at the blub or go in the manual
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that or you do the hard way look at the blub or go in the manual
OR if you're too lazy to look............

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Low beam headlamp
9006
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High beam headlamp
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Parking light
3157A
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Rear turn signal
3057
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License plate
194
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Back up light
3156
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Front sidemarker
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Map light
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Step/Courtesy light
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In general for any car, the numbers for the bright and regular bulb will be the same, but they throw in some extra letters, as seen in the post above this one.
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In general for any car, the numbers for the bright and regular bulb will be the same, but they throw in some extra letters, as seen in the post above this one.

I'm not sure what you just said, but those letters are the different types of ####bulb.
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