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2007 replacement light bulbs

I am having trouble finding replacement bulbs for my 2007 dodge nitro tail lights

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The auto parts store gave me one for $1 that didn't look like it was wide enough, but it works great. Most auto supply stores will let you bring it back if it doesn't work.

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If none of local autoparts stock them, you'll have to go to dealer.

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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