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Old 11-14-2003, 04:48 PM   #1
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At walmart I saw Silverstars, I think numbers 9006, and 9005, and one more. Any of these work for a bonnie?
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Those are the two you need for high/low beams. Techinfo Specifications has the numbers for you.
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If all else fails, www.sylvania.com You can look 'em up there.
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Ok, thanks guys. I will go out and buy those today. I should see a big difference right?
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You surely will, I know I did
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You surely will, I know I did
I second that.

I would say "Go for them!!!". I'm quite sure you'll be pleased.
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9005 HIGH BEAMS 9006 lowbeams H3 fogs
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9005 HIGH BEAMS 9006 lowbeams H3 fogs
dont you mean 880 fogs?
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