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Old 07-09-2019, 11:15 AM   #1
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Rear docking light

One of my rear docking lights is bad. It is a GE halogen sealed beam, approximately 6.5” x 3” (150mm x 88mm.) It has thin, terminals with a 90* bend. I cannot find a part number anywhere on unit. Anyone know the correct sealed beam to buy?
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Are you talking about the back up lights in the back bumper?
I can look when I get home I think I have the bulb chart for mine and 05. But I'm pretty sure you can change just a bulb, I believe it's a H3..... picture?
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Are you talking about the back up lights in the back bumper?
I can look when I get home I think I have the bulb chart for mine and 05. But I'm pretty sure you can change just a bulb, I believe it's a H3..... picture?
Yes, in the rear bumper, but it is, indeed, a sealed beam unit. They come on with the backup up lights, which are part of the tail light assemblies, but are separate units. I removed it from the bumper and it is as described—no replaceable bulb, it is the bulb.
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Yes, in the rear bumper, but it is, indeed, a sealed beam unit. They come on with the backup up lights, which are part of the tail light assemblies, but are separate units. I removed it from the bumper and it is as described—no replaceable bulb, it is the bulb.
Sorry I forget about you when I got home from work.
You are indeed correct, mine are as you described.
Much digging, I found my owners manual.
It is saying H9406. Mine is a 05, but it sounds like it's the same unit.
Hope this helps.
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A quick Google search, looks like it's readily available from several places.
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A quick Google search, looks like it's readily available from several places.
Thanks!

H9406, that’s what I had seen on line that looked correct but having it listed in the manual (which I don’t have ) is what I needed.
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H9406, that’s what I had seen on line that looked correct but having it listed in the manual (which I don’t have ) is what I needed.
Larry, I think the owners manual is available in the technical resource library.....you should download one for you and that slacker neighbor of yours
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Larry, I think the owners manual is available in the technical resource library.....you should download one for you and that slacker neighbor of yours
LOL, I’m just waiting for that slacker to do the download so I can “borrow” it.
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They're just headlights. I took one to O'Reilly and they matched it. Small pins for the electrical connections instead of flat blades.
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