The daytime running lights are prone to burning out. Our technicians tell us that the light sockets may show signs of heat damage but usually are OK. Always be sure to use the correct replacement bulb for the best life expectancy. The new bulb recommendation for 2000-2003 models is #4114K (trade number).
Average mileage: 122,756 (50,000–193,000)
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My day time running lights have stopped working. I have changed the bulbs. The headlights come on all of the time when in the automatic trun on mode.
one of my daytime running lights is burned out, my husband tried to figure out how to get to the bulb but couldn't. any suggestions?
Drivers side daytime running lamp has been replaced twice. Burned out again recently. This is a problem
running lamps burn out alot
Daytime running Lights Burn out frequently
running lamps just stopped working, bulbs replaced. still not working!
Bulb burned out and the socket holding it has burnt black marks, almost melted.
Lights out, replaced
Running light out. GM ought to make sure that doesn't happen. Half the Suburbans/Tahoe's you see on the road have one or the other running light out. Its like they're advertising poor quality. Tough to switch out, too. Oil change place won't do it.
Not fixed yet. Would like to just break other running light so neither works. Not a feature I need but having one lightworking looks bad
Running lights will not turn off
Replaced a lot of drl bulbs in Chevy suburban over last couple years
Front daytime light burned out 2 x..
Daytime running lights don't work
DRLs burnt out as well as both sockets burnt.
Driver side running light burned out after about 1 year. Both bulbs were replaced the same time, go figure.
had problems with short life of bulbs, does show heat damage, now they do not work at all
DRL just stopped working on a trip out of town.