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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-23-2019, 02:17 AM Thread Starter
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2009 LTZ Headlamp, outside amber light bulb

Hi Everyone,

Would anyone happen to know what bulb part number goes here? It's a small bulb, possibly a 194 and illuminates anytime the low beam headlights are on.

Rock Auto and various auto parts outlets do not show it in their system.

I have to change both of mine but it's a pain to get to as the bumper cover has to be partially removed to get at it. Would like to purchase it beforehand so I do not have to make a trip to NAPA in the middle of the job.

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Re: 2009 LTZ Headlamp, outside amber light bulb

Yes, it's a 194.

You would also do well to consider replacing the turn/park bulbs and maybe even the low beams while you're there. If the lows are "LL" (long life) bulbs you might be okay with leaving them in there, but if they're 10 years old it might be a better choice to replace them. If you use halogen bulbs instead of LEDs, most of us who've experimented will recommend getting "LL" bulbs again. The very slight increase in brightness of the more expensive "Ultra" bulbs isn't worth the hassle of changing them every year.
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Re: 2009 LTZ Headlamp, outside amber light bulb

Great! Thanks mate.
Appreciate you getting back to me.

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