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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-26-2013, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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Headlight Switch Up?!

So I have had the same headlights for 2 years and now I am having problems with them. Sometimes I have both headlights and sometimes one of them will go out. Last night I tapped it and it came on but today I had no luck. So, I was thinking of maybe getting new headlights. anyone have these lights or know if they would be easy to get in? It seems like its just a factory set up but black... but idk I honestly don't know much about it lol Thanks guys!

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Not a bad price, look like stock with just black housing. I dont think theres really any difference between those & stocks.
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Not a bad price, look like stock with just black housing. I dont think theres really any difference between those & stocks.
I didn't think so either. I don't have my stock headlights handy to check the wiring and stuff so I don't have anything to compare it too. I do know that my Spec-D Tuning headlights were pretty hard to figure out and I still don't have the Halos hooked up =\ Now that I have a short somewhere I am starting to think maybe its time for new ones.
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Why not get halos? Its not really that hard to figure out im actually about to buy new headlights myself
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Why not get halos? Its not really that hard to figure out im actually about to buy new headlights myself
I like Halos! Just no one around me knows how to do anything!
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To be honest you could do it your self lol its really not hard to do
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stop flirting scr3amz, this isn't a dating site


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Lmao um what?
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lmao! nice! i would try to do it myself but im seriously scared i may i mess up something lol. is there a website with a good tutorial?
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There are headlights to were all you have to do is take the old one out and unplug it and put the new one in and plug it in and bam.
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