Have you ever noticed GM products as they approach you? Lots of them only have one running light on, especially pickups. Do they engineer them that way? Other makes don't seem to have this problem.
My wife bought a 3 year old 2003 Nissan Maxima built in late 2012. We put a lot of miles on our cars and run with low beam headamps on during the day so other drivers can see us. To date, I have had to replace only one bulb on this car...... A low beam Xenon D2R 35w HID headlamp bulb about a year ago. Xenon bulbs are kinda pricey, but based on past performance, it will probably last the remaining life of the car.The original running lights on my 1999 Toyota Land Cruiser are still working fine so it can be done. I, too, have noticed many GM pickups with a running light out...built in obsolescence.
Ditto! except I've never had to replace a light...yet on my '01 Silverado w/124,700mi.The daytime running lights and sockets on my 01 Silverado with 140,000 work just fine Ive only replaced one of them in the 12 years Ive owned, it the other one is still the original bulb, and I wouldnt trade it for all the Toyotas in the world
Knock...... Knock!Ditto! except I've never had to replace a light...yet on my '01 Silverado w/124,700mi.
now that I've said it ol' Murphy will probably catch up with me:sign0020: