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Got a Craftsman 1130 with a dead headlight. I have been only able to source a whole headlight assembly 762343MA($50) that isn't gonna fly. Anyone have a part number for just the bulb?
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I don't have headlights on my blowers, but can't you just pull the bulb and get a number off it if it's not a sealed beam?

Actually, I figured most lights are now LED.

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It's an older machine, and the bulb is missing.
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I would be getting something like this 2 pak :



https://www.ebay.com/p/13016263181?i...SABEgKy6_D_BwE



In reality, I would just pull it off and take it to my local Auto store if you do not know what type it takes.

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Oneacer - you will have a very hard time finding a snowblower engine that will generate enough power to drive that light setup. IMHO
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Got a Craftsman 1130 with a dead headlight. I have been only able to source a whole headlight assembly 762343MA($50) that isn't gonna fly. Anyone have a part number for just the bulb?
Jack,

Repairclinic has both.

https://www.repairclinic.com/PartDet...2343MA/1788907

Light halogen jw5390
Manufacturer Part

There's your dinner!

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Repairclinic has both.



https://www.repairclinic.com/PartDet...2343MA/1788907



Light halogen jw5390

Manufacturer Part



There's your dinner!


Out of stock and $42


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@ Rit333,

Yeah, was only kidding .... I put in reality in the next sentence ....

But seriously, if it was mine, I would be converting to LED of some sort.

I never needed to have lights on any of my blowers. I never use the lights on my rider even.

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Thanks, But I have already sourced 762343MA. Not Looking for the Whole light assembly, Just the Bulb that fits into the light assembly. This might work, have to double check my wiring plug....



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It looks like a H11 headlight bulb in the pic on that website


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