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Old 08-03-2007, 10:32 PM   #1
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i compared a pic of my tailights to somoene else'* on this forum. can anyone show me, possibly circling them using ms point or something. thanks. (ill post a pic of my tailights)
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I think the SE, SLE, and SSEi all had the same taillights. GXP was different, though, not sure all the differences.
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True dizzzat....... what he said.
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where is it then that everyone finds all this GXP stuff cause i certainly am not finding it on gmpartsdirect? (i tried ebay but im not gettin many results)

edit- i looked at autopartswarehouse, looks like they got a good portion of it. the wheels are what i really want :/
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Basically, the orange is gone on the GXP and is replaced by smoked lenses. The signal bulb is a 5701KA amber bulb. Otherwise, they are the same.

Edit: Better view.

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ah thanks. ill definately try and find those around, they look alot nicer
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If I'm not mistaken, you should also find these on the '05 SLE.
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