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Old 03-18-2010, 05:22 PM   #11
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After seeing you have a 98, I have to say I'm not sure how to disable the DRL'* on the 96-99 bodies
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1996-1999 Pontiac Bonneville You must pull the electrical connection from the DRL resistor. The resistor is found on the driver'* front side of the engine bay. First, find the large black box which contains the computer. Next, pull the black box to the left so you can see the horn easier. Once you find the black horn, look to your right you will see a small white box thats bolted to the frame of the car. There will be a electrical connection on the back of the white box snap if off and your done. Once the connector is out of the white box you no longer have drls. The head lights will still turn on so there is no need to worry.
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Ok, I'm putting HID'* in my 2002 Bonne. I know I need 9006 and 880 for bulb types. I know the kits come with balasts. Do I need to buy anything else besides the kit? A relay of some type or anything like that?
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you will want a relay harness for each pair of ballast. get them off of ebay they are about $10 shipped here is one http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...=STRK:MEWAX:IT same one i got for my fogs
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Ok, DDM Tuning sells those. So I need 4 right, since I'm getting low beams and fogs?
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no each relay harness does 2 ballasts so you will need 2
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Sweet! 5000k H/L and 3000k fogs for a nice "euro" look.
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Sweet! 5000k H/L and 3000k fogs for a nice "euro" look.
heheheh i call that the rally look
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Well it rains so damn much in FL that the yellow will help, and if I move back to MO it will help in the snow.
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oh i hear ya. my fogs were supposed to be 4300k and i ended up getting 8000k ones oh well they work
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