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Old 10-14-2007, 12:34 AM   #1
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I had my harness replaced and had no problems after that but Im hooking up a Xenon HID kit for my foglamps and these only take 35 watts instead of 55 watts but dont know if the bulbs run cooler or not since they are brighter.Does anyone know if they run cooler since they use less watts or hotter?I installed a Xenon Hid low beam with the 8000K blue-white and they are like my bright or high beams and look awesome.Cost me $50 plus $30 for shipping on E-Bay with lifetime warrenty except the bulbs and they say these are 3-4 times brighter and last 3-times longer than Halogon bulbs.Im going with the High beams also.Theyare easy to install with just pluging into factory connectors amd mounting the 2 x 3 inch box.Took about 20 minutes
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when you get it all installed can you take some pics for us, id like to see what that looks like. also can you post the link of what you bought from ebay thanx.
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when you get it all installed can you take some pics for us, id like to see what that looks like. also can you post the link of what you bought from ebay thanx.
The Ebay auction No. is 260168360056 and they have more than this auction also.Their E-Bay name is intensehid.Just put this auction no. in on e-bay search and it will come up.Once you are on that auction you can punch in their other listings that they call store or lists for their other auctions.On this auction it will show you what they look like with the different color Xenon bulbs.I cant enter the auction myself on here because I have this Web TV and not a computor.If you want to give me your E-Mail addres I can send the web page to you.By the way Im from St.Marys by Lake St.Marys just 60 miles north of Dayton.Hope this helps.They have the 9006 for dims and H3 for foglights and 9005 for brights an.d in all colors. Their are also other vendors on e-bay but these are one of the best priced ones.
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