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 Post subject: Running light bulbs
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Can anyone tell me the number for the bulbs of the 2 running light bulbs on either side of the headlight on my 86 1200 Aspy?
I would like to have bulbs in hand when I take it apart to change a bad one.

Any good LED options?

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I've replaced mine (years ago). I don't remember the bulb number, but it's a 12V 4W type bulb. I do know that I went to the auto parts store and picked them up.

Honda part number 34903-388-611, below has a picture and I think a little high on price....

https://www.partzilla.com/product/honda/34903-388-611

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