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I searched but couldn't find any information. The truck is a '03 GMC CC. I
noticed one of the daytime driving lights was out, so I figured no problem,
there's probably a couple of philip screws that I have to remove to replace
the the bulb. Well, I saw no screws, so I'm thinking that I have to remove
the grill. Anyone care to share how it's done? ;)
 

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Simple.. :)
Pull the pin for the headlight and remove it...If you want to remove the signal assembly, you can, but I can get my paw in there without doing so...Just rotate the socket 1/4 turn and pull it out...pull out old bulb, put in new.....reassemble..
 

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I took mine to the dealer. They replaced in, patted me on the head and sent me on my way.... No Charge.

After I saw what he did, I felt pretty stupid taking it to the dealer. Oh well.
 

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PartsGuy: I'll look for a "pin" to remove...thanks.

Westside: You sure it wasn't a pat on the back side of the head? :)
 

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Read the owner's manual

Believe it or not, bulb replacement is in the owner's manual. Once you do it, it is easy. The trick is to remove the headlights so you can get to the running lights, and the pin is the key as stated above.
 

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In my 2003 Chevy manual it is under the Service and Appearance Care Section or you can look for Bulb Replacement in the Index. As others have stated you just remove a pin or two and everything comes right out.
 

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Look for a 4157NALL (LL= long life) if you want amber ...
 
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