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Old 08-01-2006, 06:26 PM   #1
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I put this in the appearance forum instead of the electrical one, so hopefully I made the right choice.

Anyway, I am missing a the passengers side fog light, and was wondering about your guys' opinions on getting a new one. Should I get two new ones so they match, or does it really matter? Has anyone bought fog lights anywhere else that they recommend?

Also are those fog lights on ebay any good, I am thinking about getting this one:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/92-93...pagenameZWDVW?

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Screw OEM. Go to Wal-Mart and get the cyberwhite navigators. After you get them, drive to Albany, and we'll do the install together.

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Hey sounds good Willwren. I am currently working on installing my clear corners, which look really good by the way, except I need to go get some diff lights now for the corners (I bought the wrong ones :( ) Maybe I'll stop by Walmart tonight and pick a pair of those fog lights up.

However, I need the whole metal casing for the light and not just the bulb itself, do they sell those at walmart too?
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You want the cyberwhite (or pilot) navigators. Click on my sig pic to see what they look like. I have them on both cars. $40 to $50 last time I heard? They come with the lights, brackets (which we adapt to your OEM brackets, so I hope you have those), and H3 50W bulbs.
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yea, aftermarket'* the way to go, take Will'* advice If you wanna be flashy a lot of members have angel eyes they're pretty good if your into customazation, but the blazers will have the same effect.

Aftermarket lighting dooooooo ittttttttt!
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here is what it looks like, I'm not sure if I still have the oem brackets. I don't think I do.

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yes you do.. most of the bracket is made up on the actual light, there are only 2 bolts that hold it on, and then a third bolt with a spring to adjust the angle
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yea, SE'* are notorious for loosing a lamp, that or busting one up, I know my brother has lost a few from time to time.
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Yep. I'm on my third set of fogs (OEM, Navigators, and now $20 ProBurners). I got the 4th set in the gargae, just in case.
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Eric, Your install will be identical to my 95 SLE, but you'll be able to see pics on my website of the 93 SSEi install better. It'* basically the same.
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