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How do you get to the bulbs....inner fenderwell?
I finally was able to install the 6000K bulbs! What a difference, but what a pain in the arse! Very closely matches the DRL's. Can see a lot better with them.Also did a few other upgrades.....Black lug nuts, blacked out side clearance lights, and red caliper covers. Will post pics as soon as I can.
 

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I finally was able to install the 6000K bulbs! What a difference, but what a pain in the arse! Very closely matches the DRL's. Can see a lot better with them.Also did a few other upgrades.....Black lug nuts, blacked out side clearance lights, and red caliper covers. Will post pics as soon as I can.
Did you have to take the bumper right off to do them
 

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Did you have to take the bumper right off to do them
No. You take the front of the inner fender well off and a bracket that holds the assembly and you can see the cover that is over the bulb. I tried not to take off the bracket, but I couldn't get the cover off to get to the bulb.
The bracket has 8 bolts,if I remember correctly. Not hard, just time consuming!
 

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I wonder if any of you have found a solution to increase the lighting strenght of the Blazer? Low beams are not very strong and high beams doesn’t add much of lightning.
I have complained since buying our 2019 that the lights are ineffective. Using high beams only opens the shutter in the lights, still not putting light on the road where you need it. There are no aftermarket (that I have found) fog/driving lights available.
 

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I have complained since buying our 2019 that the lights are ineffective. Using high beams only opens the shutter in the lights, still not putting light on the road where you need it. There are no aftermarket (that I have found) fog/driving lights available.
Should really check out my DRL upgrade adapters. They significantly help throw more light at night!
 

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No. You take the front of the inner fender well off and a bracket that holds the assembly and you can see the cover that is over the bulb. I tried not to take off the bracket, but I couldn't get the cover off to get to the bulb.
The bracket has 8 bolts,if I remember correctly. Not hard, just time consuming!
This is not an option for those with the LED upgrade.
 

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Just got mine today... lovem. They are considerably brighter with these upgrades.
Yeah, I was a bit skeptical, but I have to admit these adapters help put more light in front of the car. They help in the corners a bit as well where more light is need on very dark two lane roads. Till GM puts better lighting on the Blazer, these adapters are must have.
 

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I was at my dent and ding guy today getting a little door hickey taken out and I told him about these adapters. I popped my hood and asked him to find them. I even pointed to the area where they were, and he couldn't identify them. I finally showed him where they plugged in and he said, "Wow! They look like factory plugs. I said, exactly.

Thought that was kind of cool.
 
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