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Need a part number for a light bulb in the Corolla CE 2004

My left head light BULB (not the high beam or turn signal light) is out, and I cant find out what part number the normal head light bulb is.

I dont have a corolla CE 2004 book for my car, as I got the car from a family member far away from me!

Anyway, can you give me that part number for the little light bulb on the driver side of the vehicle.
Its the middle light bulb, for a normal head light shine. Its not the high beam bulb and its not the yellow bulb!

I need the part number for the middle bulb in the assembly.

Thanks,
Patricia Najhawan
glorys9@yahoo.com

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  • glorys9 Dec 10, 2008

    Thanks so much...Why is it called a cornering bulb? Its not for turning corners...!

  • glorys9 Dec 11, 2008

    If I can make it higher, I will after getting the bulb!



    THANKS!
    Glory

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  • kelvin smotherman Dec 10, 2008

    its suppose to help see when turning atleast thats what they say.. please dont forget to rate solution THANKS

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