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Old 05-16-2004, 08:02 PM   #1
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Will the head lights from the late-'90s Bonnie fit my '95?
It looks like they should bolt in just fine, but is there any difference in the wiring?
e.g., higher wattage, different connectors, different bulbs?

I like the look of the clear leneses with the faceted reflectors, and I think maybe they might actually shed better light as well.
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the grill and the fender mounts for the turn signals/running lights are different
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