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Old 05-14-2004, 11:21 AM   #1
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I wanted to replace my headlights and need to know what number the headlight is... is it 9005? and are the brights 9006?

What would my foglights be?

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fogs are 880'* (stock)... think your right on the headlights
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thought 9006 was the lows? Don't remember.. easiest way is look @ the bulb.. the one with a greay coating that covers the front tip of the bulb is for the lows
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Thanks guys!

I'm looking at sylvania silverstars to replace my current bulbs. Can these be used in the fogs also? I have found some that are labelled 880ST...would these work for the fogs?

Also, does anyone know where i can find these for the cheapest?
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I'm looking at sylvania silverstars to replace my current bulbs. Can these be used in the fogs also? I have found some that are labelled 880ST...would these work for the fogs?

Also, does anyone know where i can find these for the cheapest?
There have been several members here myself included that have had premature failure of the 880ST capsules, reasons unknown. I would stay with the conventional 880 for fog. The 9005, 9006ST'* seem to be fine. Check the on-line auto supply web sites for prices. They usually run about $20 per bulb.
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