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Thread: GM Truck Owners

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    Las Vega NV USA


    I got a 1998 yukon 4x4 4door and I never have had a light out yet. **** I even live in the desert where one any given day it would be 100+ Maybe GMC put in a differnt bulb than Chevy

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    Chesapeake Bay
    I appreciate someone bringing this subject up. I just started noticing it and I thought I was going nuts. Now, I might still be going nuts, but at least I'm not the only one who thinks all the DRL's are burning out.

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    Chevy-Harley fan Charter Member gmhdfan's Avatar
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    Mar 2001
    Orlando, Fl. USA
    Yep my wifes 2001 Suburban has a drivers side light out.

    Catman they really work good. It's easier for people to see lights than a car that blends into the back ground. Same reason most states make motorcycles run with a headlight on. If you don't want them you can turn them off.

    No problems with the older body style we have a 1997. Like they said full the fuse if you don't want them on, the one click on the e brake turns them off but that lights the red brake light on the dash which would bother the hell out of me.

    BB gun LOL

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