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Old 01-29-2006, 09:49 PM
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before i go to the store which bulbs are for the daytime lights, high beams, low beams... i tried looking online but it said about 10 different bulbs... which are for what ###owned a blazer for 2 days### lol
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I'll answer your question, but you'd definitely get more help if you posted this in the General Tech Help section.

Assuming that you have a composite system, your high beam will be a 9005 and your low beam will be a 9006.

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what about daytime bulb? and thanks
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The Daytime running lights use the high beams at either a lower supply voltage or a lower supply amperage (can't remember off the top of my head right now). But anyway, there isn't an additional DRL bulb.

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On my 96 it uses 1 buld for high, low, daytime running lamps
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Yes, there are some blazers with a dual filament bulb that runs both high, low, and DRLs. The housings are generally larger.
 
 
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