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Old 06-23-2005, 04:19 PM   #1
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it says for 97-03 gp'* only, anyone had it work with a bonnie?
http://www.zzperformance.com/product...a0e1a75a2ef26e

I want a quick fix, I know its in techinfo and all.. since I'm getting the white bulbs I dont want them on all the time and shorten their life
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The fix doesn't get any quicker than the techinfo one.

Unhook one connector and you are all set. Price: Free

Run with it!
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sorry man Im a total noob at this stuff..
any pics?

is it here:
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I'm probably doing mine tonight...can take pics.

It'* cool to be a newbie...just trying to help you save money when you can.

I see it...it'* right there next to the black bracket for the horn.

You are in the right area with the pic. There'* a white or greyish ceramic horseshoe shaped deal in there..about inch and a half by two or three inches..disconnect it and you'll be ready to rock.

Would also be a good idea to electrical tape the connector when you pull it off...keep it clean, dry and no problems.
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DRLS generally run at a lower wattage. This makes lifetime change very small.

My boss last summer (Master Electrician) has about a 20-30 foot celing in his living room. The bulbs are not fun. They're on a dimmer @ 75% on very bright bulbs, they've been there for almost 10 years

That looks like the correct harness from what i remember though.
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sorry man Im a total noob at this stuff..
any pics?

is it here:
That looks like your horn. Check up more, closer to the headlight.
I noticed when I disconnected Midnight Express' DRL'* on his 99 that the connector was right on the ceramic thing. But while on my 98 the connector was under the PCM tray.
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I'm probably doing mine tonight...can take pics.
that would be great, thanks!

I'll check up more tomorrow. pistons/spurs game 7 tonight
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DRLS generally run at a lower wattage. This makes lifetime change very small.

My boss last summer (Master Electrician) has about a 20-30 foot celing in his living room. The bulbs are not fun. They're on a dimmer @ 75% on very bright bulbs, they've been there for almost 10 years

That looks like the correct harness from what i remember though.
I have all origional headlight and high beam bulbs...going on 10 years now I think.
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not only that but after I get halos i want to be able to turn on parking lamps without drls being on
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sorry man Im a total noob at this stuff..
any pics?

is it here:
That looks like your horn. Check up more, closer to the headlight.
I noticed when I disconnected Midnight Express' DRL'* on his 99 that the connector was right on the ceramic thing. But while on my 98 the connector was under the PCM tray.
yeap thats his horn there
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