DEWFPO;1582927; said:The replacement bulbs are 14V not 12V and seems to have solved the problem.
What is the brand and part # please. Thanks....skoryaro2;1583087; said:I was replacing a bulb every couple months. Switched to orange bulbs and haven't replaced one in 7 months - knock on wood!
I don't recall - but it was bought at Auto Zone - whatever they sell. All I did was get the same bulb but the amber one. My theory was less heat build up as my socket is scorched even thoug I use dialetic (sp.) grease.ZL-1;1583770; said:What is the brand and part # please. Thanks....
dieseldan723;1613378; said:Doesn't seem that easy to change to me. At first glance I don't see how I am going to get my arm down there with the battery in the way! Maybe I will have to come up from underneath the truck?
Yes, that is what i was talking about. When I popped the hood it looked like the battery was in the way of getting your arm down to unplug the light. I will look again, thanks!skoryaro2;1613417; said:Are you talking about changing the bulb? If so, it's very easy. IIRC pull the rod out that holds the headlight assembly in. The whole assemble comes out of the grill. Takes about 2 minutes.