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Old 04-02-2012, 11:19 PM   #1
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HID/FOG light questions.

okay so i know this is prolly some where in here but i couldnt find it, and this is a quicker way. I was to purchase the Optilux-Hella Angel Eyes Driving Lights they are on
http://www.pfyc.com/pc/PN1010/GAEXT/...ng+Lights.html

found the same ones on Amazon...http://www.amazon.com/Optilux-H71010...=37V5SKSC4KY94

I see the installation seems kind of difficult, but my real question is can you fit an H3 HID kit into these after market fog lights?
IF YES then well this work? Kensun HID Xenon Conversion Kit "All Bulb Sizes and Colors" with Premium Ballasts - H3 - 10000k
^^ ALSO from Amazon.

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Old 04-05-2012, 03:06 PM   #2
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You need a H3C HID bulb, not a H3 HID

H3 (left) H3C (right)

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really? shtt...

This exceptional driving light will make any vehicle stand out from the crowd. LED lighting surrounds the main beam for a cool glow. Heavy duty die-cast aluminum housing and advanced multi-surface reflector with H3 55W halogen bulbs.
^^^ i went by the description of the bulbs on pfyc.....
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If you take apart the fog light apart you will see how the bulbs you have wont work.
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Thanks!!

I will be returning the h3 kit tomorrow


I found one on amazon for the H3c bulb...think this will work??
http://www.amazon.com/Zenex-Slim-Con...3682947&sr=8-2
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If its the bulb in the picture, no. If its the metal base H3C bulb they will. The bulbs in the hella fog lights mount from screws into the assembly. The plastic bases wont allow you to do that.
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If its the bulb in the picture, no. If its the metal base H3C bulb they will. The bulbs in the hella fog lights mount from screws into the assembly. The plastic bases wont allow you to do that.
Hey man i got everything figured out...when i Hooked the HID bulb and turned it on the fog light wires started smoking? any idea what could be causing this ?
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