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Old 02-03-2008, 07:55 PM   #1
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99+ Headlights on a 95?

i found these sick lights and as we know the 92-95 selection...sucks. and im wondering what mods id have to do like brackets, wireing, fiberglass casue im redoin the whole car inside out so it'd be worht it. can anyone put in there 2 cents? thanks guys
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Re: 99+ Headlights on a 95?

you'll probly want to start with a 99-05 front bumper, the headlights are shaped totaly different then the 95. And I think the 99+ are wider then the older models.

Since its custom thiers no realy blue print so you just have to wing it and make parts as needed and change wires as needed. The new headlights also run on a higher watts so you'll need ot do some rewiring and possibly some relays.
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