by adams99z71 [OP] » Dec 21 2010, 12:31am
by lzn197 » Dec 21 2010, 4:46pm
by Austin » Dec 21 2010, 5:24pm
by aksierra11 » Dec 21 2010, 5:59pm
adams99z71 wrote:Remove the upper headlight assembly by turning and pulling up the two holding pins on each end of the lens assembly. Take the bulb out of the socket and apply a q-tip size dab of di-electric grease to both metal slots inside the bulb socket.
No tools needed, and the small tube of dielectric grease costs about 5 dollars.
EKinMN wrote:The dielectric grease definitely helps. I have to replace lights in the wife's car today. I will be sure to use some.
Darn Acadias--you have to remove the front wheel and wheel well liner, and go in through the wheel well to get to the headlights!
by lzn197 » Dec 21 2010, 6:59pm
Austin wrote:The Sylvania 4114LL is what they recommended at AutoZone when I bought mine.0825001727.jpg
Of course in the end I went with LEDs because I still believe the 4114 LL still burn out too quick. It also doesn't make sense to me that the 4114 bulbs have two elements in them when only one is used.
I'm still happy with these so far (since 9/2010):
by nomadgmc » Feb 16 2011, 9:55pm
by DRK4X4 » Dec 19 2011, 12:25am
by MouSe » Dec 19 2011, 2:53am
DRK4X4 wrote:In my 2004 Sierra, I put the Amber colored bulbs in for the DRL's not long after I bought it. It looks cool and they were still going strong 5 years later when I sold it in 2009. ( I realize this is an old thread, but saw it and decided to comment)
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