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2002 Chevy Tahoe
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2002 Chevy Tahoe Lights

Not sure which 2002 Chevy Tahoe Lights are right for you? We have over 7123 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"They look good, were very easy to install on my 2002 Tahoe and were priced very reasonably. Auto Anything also delivered them very quickly and for free. How can you beat that, Alex." —Alex P from Minden, NV bought an Anzo USA Euro Tail Lights for a 2002 Chevy Tahoe.

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Anzo USA Headlights

World's easiest replacement

These were so incredibly easy to replace. Just pop the pins out, change the connectors, pop the pins in...repeat....done! I can see at night once again! View more reviews...
Posted By Max M (ANCHORAGE, AK) / November 12, 2013
2002 Chevy Tahoe
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Spyder Headlights

Good Projector Lights

The Spyder Projectors with CCFLs for 00-06 GM trucks is a significant upgrade over the OE diffused lights. The light cutoff is crisp and the pattern _/- outmatches what comes on OE Lexus projectors. The projector eye is perfectly clear, no blemishes. There is a hot spot in the center of the beam when used with HIDs. I hooked the CCFLs up to the DRL- they are plenty bright to use in the daytime. Not quite as bright as some of the Audi rings, but then again it isn't a $1000 headlamp. The LEDs on the outer edges of the headlamp are completely useless, I wouldn't recommend even hooking them up unless it is to a turn signal. The high beam on these lamps suffers greatly, mainly from poor reflector design and the CCFL ring blocking most of the light. Most of the light exits the lamp upwards, I guess so you can see large flying bugs before they hit the windshield. If you aim the projector properly the high beam isn't really needed, but having long range capability is missed on dark roads. The lamp assembly comes with left/right and up/down adjusters. The bulb size is H1 in the low beam projectors and 9005 in the high beams. 35w HID retrofit kits (for those of you that like HIDs) will fit in the headlight if purchased from a quality source. I'm sure Spyder will void your warranty if you try to load 55w HIDs into their headlight though, so stick with 35w. View more reviews...
Posted By Jason R (Baton Rouge, LA) / October 29, 2011
2002 Chevy Tahoe
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Spyder LED Tail Lights

Ok

Definately makes the Tahoe look alot better with new tailights. When lit there is crisp color and brightness. Install instructions were a bit lacking but found a YouTube video that hooked me up. Also purchased the middle tailight for the top as well. Looks like that one could be a little cheap so I will keep an eye on how long it lasts. Overall not too expensive and makes the Tahoe look sharp. Only had a couple weeks so we will see! View more reviews...
Posted By Christopher A (SANTEE, CA) / January 18, 2018
2006 Chevy Tahoe
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