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Ok as some of you guys know im swapping off my stock halos to CCFL halos and well like the title says head light heating.. well my question is when i take the head light apart what about the halo wires? What degree do i heat the oven to and how long member these are a gift im not trying to melt them lol if so at least a couple mins lower then normal in the oven then usual and if i do happen to put em in the oven would the wires melt the the rubber around the wires for the halos
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This thread says to 'bake' them at 220F for 15 min. The wires should be fine, and if you are really worried about them, do them for a few min less, it'll just be harder to separate them.


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or take a heat gun/blow drier to the edges and start removing it little by little.

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