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2002 Solara headlight bulbs size?

2002 Solara headlight bulbs size?

Postby Solarachick » Sun Mar 23, 2014 10:01 am

I'm going to purchase a new hid kit but not sure what's the bulb size? H4 is a hi/low bulb correct?

Mine has 2 bulbs and the bulb that is on right now it's a 9007 just glued on there Smh!!!

Can u guys lmk what size it is please?? Thank you!!

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2002 SOLARA SLE V6 ,20" KMC WHEELS, FULL EXHAUST , LOWERED,TINTED WINDOWS,SMOKED TAILIGHTS,10K HIDS WITH MORE TO COME!!.
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Re: 2002 Solara headlight bulbs size?

Postby ThatVietGuy » Sun Mar 23, 2014 2:27 pm

Wrong on all accounts.

http://www.sylvania.com/en-us/applicati ... 28&make=92

9006 for the low beams, 9005 for the high beams.
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Re: 2002 Solara headlight bulbs size?

Postby crankine3 » Tue Mar 25, 2014 2:33 pm

Read some posts and opinions on the inter web about converting solo high beams to HID. The cheap/low end kits take a second or two to get up to full brightness, and thus you would loose your ability to flash your high beams. Dual beam projectors are things us single bulb folks (1999 - 2001) can use, as the HID light bulb stays on and a little shutter goes back and forth to change from low to high beam.
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