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Old 02-08-2005, 10:32 PM   #11
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What'* all involved in installing these? can you use the OEM switch by the rear view?
I didn't, but I guess you could rewire the old fog wiring to the new bulbs. Different wattage, I think. I thought about it, but liked the prospect of fogs with no other lights, as well as with the brights. Either way you still need the supplied switch for the LED'*.
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mine came with a switch that i mounted next to the steering wheel, in an unused compartment... i suppose in theory you could use the existing switch however, you will still need to use the switch for the actual angel eye part of the switch. i got mine at pep boys, for about 50 bucks, i dont know who made them tho. The fog light switch is on the right and the color toggle on the left
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edit: i dont know about the older bonnies, but on my 2000, i took the old lamps out and welded the new brackets to the stock ones, by doing this i didnt need to modify andything and i keep the same mounts and adjustment screws... they actually sit PERFECTLY where the factory ones do, and look completely stock when the angel eyes are off..

NOTE: on the lights i have, the halos wont light up perfectly white, more like blue... and the amber is more like red, and the MASS cops dont like that, so i usually run them on green. and havent gotten any crap for it yet.
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APC (available at AutoBarn) makes some, but I wouldn't recommend them. I received them as a birthday gift and within 6 months the control for rings burned out. Now, one has a crack through it from top to bottom. They were never on during a car wash, or just before a wash. There'* nothing to show that it got hit by anything, so it must've just been from spray from the road. The manufacturer was silent after my email complaint to them.
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mine came with a switch that i mounted next to the steering wheel, in an unused compartment... i suppose in theory you could use the existing switch however, you will still need to use the switch for the actual angel eye part of the switch. i got mine at pep boys, for about 50 bucks, i dont know who made them tho. The fog light switch is on the right and the color toggle on the left
I think you have pilots, thats the same switch i have. I am having alot of trouble with the angle eyes on mine. Sometimes the colors work, sometimes only certian colors do. The for lights itself i am happy with tho. Mine were 59.99.
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Other than the reley, I've had no glitches.
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Not sure if you guys noticed,but in my sig its says angeleye : (,Thats because one of my Hella'* was smashed a little while back and thats why Im in the market looking for new foggy'*
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Not sure if you guys noticed,but in my sig its says angeleye : (,Thats because one of my Hella'* was smashed a little while back and thats why Im in the market looking for new foggy'*
I have had 3 sets of rings go out on my AE'*, took them back and exchanged them for new ones. they have a 1 year warrenty
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Not sure if you guys noticed,but in my sig its says angeleye : (,Thats because one of my Hella'* was smashed a little while back and thats why Im in the market looking for new foggy'*
I have had 3 sets of rings go out on my AE'*, took them back and exchanged them for new ones. they have a 1 year warrenty
Funny thing is with mine the rings still work perfectly but the bulb and fog housing are both smashed .
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