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Old 02-17-2005, 06:28 PM   #1
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Do anyone on here know anything about an 04 Lincoln Navigator head light bulbs because i was considering puttin them in my car but the only thing is is that i dont know if they require additonal parts or just can i plug them in. They are the High Intensity ones which are 137 dollars a bulb
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Not likely to plug right in. Also, true HID bulbs need some sort of ballast.
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I know it wouldnt have a correct exact fit but i was gonna make it! Whats ballast?
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The ballast is the expensive part. The bulb is the cheap part.
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i think there is a cheaper/better way to get what you want. they have head light bulbs of various assortments, some doing what you want. btw, ever consider after market driving lights?
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Try a set of silverstars.....

Several of us run them,I have them all the way across.
The worst part is the expense,6 bulbs almost 130.00. I got lucky when I got mine,buy 1 and get the other 1/2 off. Advance runs this special occasionally.
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