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Old 04-06-2005, 03:29 PM   #1
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Well my fog light lenses are broken and so the lights wont turn on, can anyone tell me where i can buy new bulbs and lenses(sp?) at...Lots of water has gotten in there also so i am worried that the who thing might be shorted out...
If they needs to be moved, please do it...
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Your best bet is aftermarket. Good looking cheap lights are Cyberwhite Navigators. 30 bucks at WalMart. They look kinda like this:

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allright so 30 for the cover and how much for the bulbs? And do you think water getting in there when they were broken would cause them to noto be able to work ever agian?
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No, these are complete replacements. And they are glass rather than the stock plastic. So 30 dollars and a little time to mount them and you are done. And upgraded at that!!
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allright so 30 for the cover and how much for the bulbs? And do you think water getting in there when they were broken would cause them to noto be able to work ever agian?
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Your best bet is aftermarket. Good looking cheap lights are Cyberwhite Navigators. 30 bucks at WalMart. They look kinda like this:
i think what he meant was for 30bucks you get new fog lamps + blubs.... not just covers...... who would pay 30bucks for covers..for that i want scratch proof ones!




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DAMNIT~ YOU BEAT ME TO IT!

for 20bucks more you can get Angel eyes
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Here'* the link you're looking for for Hellas.

http://www.pfyc.com/store/merchant.m...ode=GPLIGHTING
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ya good thanks!!
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allright, so are those easy to install? ok and i see they come with an on off switch, so can i also use the one in my car to make the "angel eyes" come on wiith out the fog light on?

SO GP parts with fin on my bonneville?
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i believe with slight moddin...makin it a U shape(someone chime in that has them) they will fit. and yes you can hook them up to your factory swtich for either the driving lamp or the ring.
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allright, so are those easy to install? ok and i see they come with an on off switch, so can i also use the one in my car to make the "angel eyes" come on wiith out the fog light on?

SO GP parts with fin on my bonneville?
According to WillWren, the should fit into the stock mounts of an SSEi with very minor bending. And you can wire them into the existing leads to use the original switch.
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