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Old 09-08-2005, 04:05 AM   #1
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One of my fog lights is cracked and I found a 95 in the wreckers.....Are the fog lights the same ?
Will a 95 SSEi fog light fit a 92 SSEi ?

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they should be exactly the same. but why not take this oppertunity to upgrade?
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yea just upgrade to some angel eyes?
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yes upgrade!! but dont take the cheap way out and get the 15$ ones at wallmart and they suck i did
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Yes the parts are interchangeable. Many here have upgraded to driving lights. So far the preferred lights are Hella Optilux Angel Eyes and Cyberwhite Navigators.

The Hella mount right into the factory brackets with ease adn the Cyberwhites require adding their own bracket onto the existing one. Both are a fairly easy install.
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You should upgrade, I installed the Hella Optilux Angel Eyes in my car and the extra light output alone made them well worth the $ 60 I spent on them. Not to mention the cool angel eyes
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Upgrade. You won't regret it. You can do the Cyber-white'* in an hour or two max, and for under $40 for the pair.
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i upgraded the 94 and my 99 to Cyberwhite Navigators and its like night and day with the factory ones being night, its alot brighter and u can see alot better, for the price you would be paying for one replacement factory one, you could get the pair and they are sooo much better!! lets just say i can use my blackouts at night and you cant even tell that i have them on my car cause my foglights are that good
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