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2001 Chev Silv 1500 Parking Lights Burn Out

My 2001 Chev. Silv. 1500 Parking light bulbs burn out consistantly after one month ( right side) and three months ( left side) First time visit to Dealer cost $50 diagnose & check elect. system, $32 for bulb replacement. Now I buy two bulbs $6 at parts store and take 1 hour to R/R the bulbs. The Dealer says they have no Technical Service Bulletins on this problem. I know two other Owners of Silv. 1500 with the same problem.

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  • wlucas67 Feb 25, 2009

    GM Elect:

    The dealer checked the Electrical system ($50) I don't know how well or how extensive. They did say the Ground was OK. Filimate verticle or horizontal, I don't know . Will pull & check. Can't tell from looking in the light.. Thanks for the tips.

  • Bruce Bracey
    Bruce Bracey May 11, 2010

    wlucas, Unfortunately I have notice that same situation on a large number of Silverados, Tahoe's, Yukon's and such for several model years. I have not had the opportunity to investigate the issue.

    When your front bulb is in the "installed position in the front turn signal lens, does the filament lay in the horizontal or vertical position?

    Has anyone performed a voltage drop test on the 12 volt wire to the bulbs and the ground side of the bulbs?

    Let me know,

    Regards,

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Check the bulb socket for corrosion

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