Exterior Lights
High Beam And Low Beam Headlight
High Beam Headlight
Low Beam Headlight
Fog Front Light
Fog Rear Light
Turn Signal Indicator
Backup Light Bulb
Brake Light Bulb
Turn Signal Light Bulb Front
Turn Signal Light Bulb Rear
Parking Light Bulb
Tail Light Bulb
Side Marker Light Bulb Front
Side Marker Light Bulb Rear
Center High Mount Stop Light Bulb
Daytime Running Light Bulb
License Plate Light Bulb
Cornering Light Bulb
Interior Lights
Courtesy Light Bulb
Map Light Bulb
Vanity Mirror Light Bulb
Trunk or Cargo Area Light
Luggage Compartment Light Bulb
Interior Door Light Bulb
Dome Light Bulb
Ash Tray Light Bulb
Automatic Transmission Indicator
Clock Light
Engine Compartment Light Bulb
Glove Box Light Bulb
Ignition Light
Instrument Panel Light
Parking Brake Indicator Light
Radio Dial Light
Radio Display Light
Seat Belt Light bulb
Stepwell Light Bulb

First generation (2001–2006)

Second generation (2007–2013)

Bulb replacement

What’s going on guys hill town here today we’re changing the passenger-side low beam on a 2008 chevy avalanche this process is the same for approximately 2007 to 2013 avalanche Tahoe and Suburban applications from the onset this might seem like a pretty straightforward repair but it’s it’s anything but and we’ll get right into it the driver’s side isn’t so bad but the passenger side here is kind of a bear I’m gonna try a new method today by taking this airbox out to access the bog that way in the past I’ve removed the inner fender liner and I’ve laid on my back under the vehicle reach up and if your arms are small enough you can take the bulb out and do it that way so what I’ve done is I’ve loosened these four Torx screws that hold the air box cover in place I’ve also loosen this clamp that holds the duct on to the air box and we’re gonna remove this first and just push it up push that duct down underneath the airbox so now you can remove your cover now this this lower screw here is going…