Question about 2006 Pontiac Montana SV6
Bulbs used in most other lighting fixtures fit into sockets and are held in place by spring tension or mechanical force.
Common type of automotive bulbs. Bulbs are coded with numbers for replacement purposes. Bulbs with different code numbers might appear physically similar but have different wattage ratings.
There are two basic construction designs for exterior lights: those in which the lens is removed and then the bulb removed from the front, and those in which the light assembly must first be removed, then the socket from the back of the assembly, and finally the bulb from the socket.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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