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Old 09-09-2007, 02:07 AM   #1
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I have a 2004 ssei, and wanted to change the bulbs on the headlights to blue or the xenon halogon, what would u do and where can i get these and what are the part numbers and should I change to fog bulbs as well, thanks for the help.
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Moved to Detailing and Appearance.
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Just doing it for the "look" i take it?


if so, check this site out.

and you need 9006 and 9005 bulbs.


http://autolumination.com/

direct link http://autolumination.com/headlights.htm
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I have a 2004 ssei, and wanted to change the bulbs on the headlights to blue or the xenon halogon, what would u do and where can i get these and what are the part numbers and should I change to fog bulbs as well, thanks for the help.
Sorry to be slightly off topic, but I wanted to point out that there was no 2004 Bonneville SSEi. The GXP replaced the SSEi in '04 so I was wondering if the bulb specs are different for the GXP?
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I have a 2004 ssei, and wanted to change the bulbs on the headlights to blue or the xenon halogon, what would u do and where can i get these and what are the part numbers and should I change to fog bulbs as well, thanks for the help.
Sorry to be slightly off topic, but I wanted to point out that there was no 2004 Bonneville SSEi. The GXP replaced the SSEi in '04 so I was wondering if the bulb specs are different for the GXP?
the GXP housing are the same as a SSEi, just a bit darker.
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Ohhh, okay it was that slightly darker tint color in the GXP that threw me off. Thanks for the info.
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Again the GXP Low beams are the SAME

The high Beams are completely different..

Want to question it...

Im a little drunk right now but tomorrow I will pull a bulb and take a picture.


And you DO not have a 2004 SSEi they didnt make one in 2004... The GXP replaced the SSEi in 2004.

So you must have a 2003.

Im a little shocked that nobody picked up on that until me,
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i got these work very well. u get 3 sets lows/highs/and fog lights

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...155079435&rd=1
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oh and shipping isnt 20+ its only 14 somthin. look near the bottom
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And you DO not have a 2004 SSEi they didnt make one in 2004... The GXP replaced the SSEi in 2004.

So you must have a 2003.

Im a little shocked that nobody picked up on that until me,
Get in line. Someone posted it in this topic before you did, and I PM'd him before that.
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