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I have a new 2022 blazer with the LED housing. It appears that you can't even get to the LED to replace it with something brighter, because the bulb is actually in the glued down housing. Anyone replace one of these yet with something stronger? Is this one of the things you have to bake to open up??

This package is the Driver Confidence II Package , which has the following:
  • Safety Alert Seat1
  • HD Surround Vision1
  • Rear Camera Mirror1 with washer
  • Adaptive Cruise Control1
  • Enhanced Automatic Emergency Braking1
  • LED headlamps
  • Wireless Charging2
Those seem to be different than past models. Attached is a picture of the back of the housing:

I've taken it off the bumper, removed the support bracket. You can pull out the T20 amber turn signal bulb, but when you remove the top one it is just wires that lead down into the housing. There's no other access ports. It seems the only way to get at the actual bulb is to split open the housing.
 

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If you know what you are doing and can bake the lens off, then that is your best option atm.
Even when the lens is off, hope you know what you're doing......would it really be as easy as swapping to another LED bulb or will there be much more to do? Don't forget to seal it up water tight to keep moisture out.

I've always done this type of thing to my older cars, either putting projectors or LEDs in the old housings......but I've never tried to swap LED bulbs in housings....
 

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If you know what you are doing and can bake the lens off, then that is your best option atm.
Even when the lens is off, hope you know what you're doing......would it really be as easy as swapping to another LED bulb or will there be much more to do? Don't forget to seal it up water tight to keep moisture out.

I've always done this type of thing to my older cars, either putting projectors or LEDs in the old housings......but I've never tried to swap LED bulbs in housings....
Yeah I just don't know if I want to risk baking the housing off since it's about $500 a side if you mess it up. What kind of temps do people usually bake them at without damaging the plastic on the front?
 
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