Your front DRL bulbs 4157 keep burning out within 1 month What if the original bulbs lasted 5 years What is the correct part?
The problem I have had is the base melting and charring of the contact from the resulting loose connection. This seems to be another common problem with intrigues and other similar GMs. I have found that using Sylvania bulbs hold up bestter than GE and others. My guess is the base material has a higher melting point. Be sure and clean off the contacts in the connector and inspect for damage, else you will fry the next bulbs in short order. I have heard several instances of tail lights and driver lights on other brands as well as GM having overheat problems.
Assuming the video is in the correct format, the answer is Yes; however the video will be downscaled to fit within the 1024x768 screen dimensions (rendering at roughly 1024x576). Assuming the quality of the original is very good, the quality will still be very good, though no longer displayed at the original resolution.
You need CD burning software and a CD burner, first off. Then, in your CD burning software, you generally select "Create a Music CD." You then simply drag tunes onto the CD within the program, and the software automatically changes them to the correct format for a CD player. Once your CD layout is full, hit the Burn button, and when it finishes, you have a CD that you can play in a CD player.
Ned inserts a space after a period within an abbreviation ted says no space is necessary after a period within an abbreviation who is correct?
Why materials burn and what happen when something start burning and what is the purpose of burning materials?
It lasted 50 years, 499-449 BCE. First Persia suppressed the Ionian Revolt of Greek city-states in Asia Minor. 499-493 BCE It then tried to punish Athens and Eretria for interfering in that revolt. 490 BCE When this failed it then tried to bring all of peninsular Greece within its empire to keep the cities from stirring up trouble within the empire. 480-479 BCE. When this failed it attempted to keep hold of the Greek cities…