Your GM SUV, car, or truck came with a number of original lights already installed. If you've ever driven during a storm or at night, you're surely familiar with your headlights and how they operate. You change from low-beams to high-beams when no other vehicles are nearby, since they give you a wider, brighter field of illumination. Modern vehicles are mandated to also have daytime running lights (DRL) on board. They alert other drivers to the fact that you're on the road as well. Your taillights serve that same purpose for drivers behind you. Then there are the other lights you don't think about but use every time you hit the road. A signal light, or blinker, notes your intention to change lanes or turn. Brake lights warn following traffic that you're slowing or coming to a complete stop. Fog lights are less common, but extremely useful when it's miserable out.
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It doesn't matter what type of bulb your vehicle uses. Eventually they're going to burn out. What does matter is that you replace a failed bulb with one that's the same kind, so replace a high-intensity discharge (HID) bulb with the same to continue enjoying the light display to which you're accustomed. You also want to use authentic GM bulbs. Find what you need in our online auto parts catalog. Order now to save both time and money!
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