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Old 02-19-2003, 08:24 AM   #1
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Good Morning all...........Last night I noticed the "driving light" on the passenger side of my B'ville is out. I assume it is burnt out, I have never changed one of those. It is the one at the bottom molded area of the bumper. Is this just a bulb replacment or do you replace the whole thing?? Tips anyone............

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I am assuming that it is just like mine ('95 SSEi) and you can reach down from under the hood and pull out the bulb. The bulb is the same connection type as your headlights. If you go to your local parts store they probably have one of those machines that you punch in your make, model, etc... and it tells you what bulbs go to what. It should have that light listed as well. Hope that helps.
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