mazda 6 headlights


bluehaze13
04-11-2005, 02:17 PM
I'm looking to replace the headlights bulbs for my new 6. But as you know there is a dim light bulb, and a bright light bulb. Where am I going to find xenon bulbs or any other performance bulbs? All the H1 bulbs that I've found have the bright/dim combo. Help me please!

sports5888
04-11-2005, 10:09 PM
try superbrightleds.com maybe...could be a helpful sight. If not go to mazda6tech.com

GramLuck
09-27-2005, 03:20 PM
How do you change the bulbs in a mazda6?..it looks complicated to take the headlights off..any help please?

MazdaX
11-29-2005, 03:39 AM
Easier than you think. Easiest way to do it would be to pay a import shop or your local Mazda dealer to put in some HID, or super brights and all those bulbs.

theslipperychef
06-21-2006, 04:35 PM
I'm looking to replace the headlights bulbs for my new 6. But as you know there is a dim light bulb, and a bright light bulb. Where am I going to find xenon bulbs or any other performance bulbs? All the H1 bulbs that I've found have the bright/dim combo. Help me please!
It's simple as pie. Lift up your hood, unconnect your battery, behind your headlights (on the driver side you'll see the air box {if you still have it} and a rubber backing with a little tab on it. Push on the tab, not too hard, and it'll pop off. Then you just need to recognize where the bulbs are. If you want brighter bulbs but don't want HID's go with a H1 for the brights and the low beams (I used diamond blues, but the aren't any brighter {they also have super whites}) I also put an H3 super white for the fog lights (assuming you have them). You'll see a silver pin that holds the lights in place, just unclip that (it is a j clip) and replace the bulb. The passenger side is a lot more difficult because you have to work around a lot of tight spaces. I took off the resivoir that was there for more room (use a 10?mm socket wrench) and the percedure is the same. After you're done, and before you put the back on make sure your lights work. After you see that they work put the backs back on your assembly and put the resovior back in. Taadaa.. you're done! (Trust me it seems more complicated that it is, but I'm a mechanical midget and was able to do it in about 1/2 hour)

lilmazz6i
05-15-2007, 01:16 AM
i used to have the blue HID headlights but they died on me every 2 weeks, and this went on for like 2 months, so then i decided to try the factory lights cuz i thought it was in the wiring in the car but it wasnt, im still drivin wit the factorys ...yea mite wanna go with the whole package a good 365?

acoop822
05-23-2007, 08:09 PM
I used the sylvanna silverstar headlights in my 04 Mazda 6, And it made a world of difference especially at night in the rain... They are like 40 bucks at advance or autozone. I have had them for like 10 months now...

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