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I also wish GM wouldn't make the front fogs have to be switched on every time instead of just staying in the selected on/off position after a key cycle. My Camaro does the same thing- I have to switch them on every single time.
The car has auto headlights and DRLs. You are needlessly dazzling other drivers by having your fog lights on in clear weather. I have also yet to see a fog light implementation that actually improved my visibility in fog, they all just illuminate more of the fog in my experience.
A word of caution about switching to LED backup lights. I tried that on my 2008 Dodge Magnum. It looked great. Even from the drivers seat, you could see a large glow of pure white light emanating from the back of the car. Problem was, even though it was bright, it didn’t project rearwards. You couldn’t see enough in the direction you were backing up to. After a year, I switched back to the regular bulbs and the improvement was noticeable. You might have better luck with the TourX, but don’t get fooled by brightness, it’s the rear projection which matters most.
2007 Lucerne CXL. and 1995 Lesabre currently, past 1973 Riviera, 1968 Riviera
The layout of the LED'S will be how well they will project. Unfortunately all LED'S are not the same as with regular filiment lamps, so the one size fits all doesn't apply. Understanding the difference between Kelvin and Lumens will also help in making a difference in picking the correct LED. Kelvin and Lumens are two different measurements and do not always mean the type of brightness output.
Great--didn't realize that the tail lights are different, so two more items to put on my shopping list.
Regal left & right tail lights are 39125834 and 39125833, Insignia (L & R) are 39125835 and 39125832.