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Old 12-21-2003, 10:51 PM   #1
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Has anyone installed these in the factory place? I saw them in Wal-Mart for $40. I want to either use the factory wiring 100%, or atleast use the factory wiring for the 'turn on' lead for the relay that is included the kit. Also like them because they can be upgraded to the 100w H1 bulb from GE, same bulb grade that I did to my stock 89 Trans Am bulbs and made the stock lights stuning performers. The Navigators also have a fog light pattern that I also want.

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I'm running them with the stock wiring, no relay, and modified stock brackets. Mount the new lights to the old brackets. Mos95B and I both did this. Jseabert, and about 4 or 5 others as well. Great lights.
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Anyone have pics of what they look like installed? Much appreciated if anyone does.

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Hang on, I have 2. One from the front, and one from the inside top (mounting).
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Note that these are slightly smaller than the stock lights. I believe this is a benefit due to the added airflow to the lower portion of the radiator and trans cooler.



A little dirty, but this is standing in front of the car, looking down at the back side of the passenger side light. You can see I just used sheetmetal screws to attach the Navigator bracket to the stock bracket. Only the stock reflectors and aiming assemblies were removed.

The stock brackets come out with 3 nuts (10mm). Very easy to remove and modify.
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Awesome!!! Thanks for the pics, that is exactly how I was going to install them. Hopefully by this time next week I will have them installed, along with silverstars in my lows!

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You'll love the upgrade. Just make sure you aim them well. Lucky for you, I'm sorting all my Bonneville-related stuff, and actually knew which server those pics were on.
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I installed those a few weeks ago and the bulbs already burned out, i know it'* not an electrical problem cause the blue rings around em still work. And i threw away the instrustions on how to change the bulbs, but i bought new ones, their neon gold ones, my friend has em and they look awesome, but i tried to put em in, i opened em up and i had no idea what to do.... so if any one can gimme some help it would be much apprechiated. thanks.
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