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Old 11-10-2003, 06:04 PM   #1
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My passenger side fog light is cracked and everytime I replace the bulb in it, the bulb explodes from I guess the moisture getting in while there on. Is there a way to fix lense that is cracked to hell or should I just stick with my plan to get a set of blazertechs. Also the Blazertechs can be hooked up the the factory wiring right? Thanks.
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You're hosed.

The blazertech'* or Navigators are the way to go. They replace the plastic stock lenses with glass, are whiter, and yes, they wire right up to the factory wiring.
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You're hosed.

The blazertech'* or Navigators are the way to go. They replace the plastic stock lenses with glass, are whiter, and yes, they wire right up to the factory wiring.
Sweet, I will get the blazertechs then, thanks for the advice!!


Also is the Stock Fog light lenses cracking a common thing? Just Wondering!
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mine were extremely pitted / sandblasted from freeway driving. i actually cracked a blazertech, so now i have navigators
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These navigators, where and how much??
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$39.99, wal-mart
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http://www.showtimeautotrix.com/pilot1?b=1

But I've seen them for cheaper. Do a Yahoo search on Cyber-white Navigator.
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$39.99, wal-mart
If thats the case they should be on my car by Sunday! I can afford that. Damn, now I am stuck, K&N Cone Filter or Fog Lights? K&N or Lights, Gosh Darnit!
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That should be an easy choice.
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I've cracked about 5 fog lights between my old Bonny and my newer one.
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