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Old 10-20-2018, 02:10 PM   #15
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Anyone know what car model headlights for 07 Journey?

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New headlights sure make an older rig look nice. Foggy yellow headlights on a car or motorhome is very distracting and functionally less effective.....kinda like cataracs on us old folks.


DriVer and I bought Xtralights that have the more modern HID projector lights with LED halos driving light. They also put out more light. But the price is $305/pair, significantly more than $95 stock replacements.
02-AZ-CI00-PCC-R-A-HID by CG; a strong Chrome color; HID Xenon; 4 star review.
I love these, and would consider upgrading my 07 Journey headlights. Anyone know what year and car model headlight assembly was used in the 2007 Journey? I think it's something like a 1997 Pontiac Grand Am (?).
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Old 10-20-2018, 03:51 PM   #16
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Duner, these look nice and additional light would be nice, are the light assemblies all one piece, or is there an additional part for the HID that you need to secure somewhere? I noticed on the website there are different options for the HID, did you go for the standard one or one of the higher performance lights?
Yes the HID has module with pigtail cables in & out. You can tie-wrap it to a bracket or cable. Or as I did, used some butyl rubber to stick it to the top of the headlight assy. That way it's easy to pull up and get the assy out again. I bought the standard quality converter.
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Old 10-20-2018, 04:03 PM   #17
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The question I have is how did you figure out that Winnebago used Chevy Impala light fixtures? I figure there is some type of standard identification scheme for this, just I have not figured it out.

Can tail light assemblies and third brake lights be identified in a similar manner?
There is a mfg part number on the headlight assy 6 or 9 digits or whatever it is. In my case, DriVer, did the cross-referencing. When you have the part number call Xtralights and they can confirm their part number replacements.
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It looks like 2007 Journey headlights are 1996-1998 grand am headlights.
https://1autoshop.com/i-12010030-199...ghts-pair.html


https://www.ebay.com/itm/WINNEBAGO-J...-/360877127234

https://www.amazon.com/Pontiac-Grand...ype=automotive
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How did you access the retainer clips? Do they slide off?
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How did you access the retainer clips? Do they slide off?
Yes, they just push off... you can gently tap them loose with a flat screw driver and hammer and then slide them up with your fingers. Access is from under the front end. You may be able to reach the inside clip from hood opening but probably not the outside. They come off pretty easy.
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I have a 2001 Winnebago Adventurer 32v.
Factory headlights are the older sealed beam units.
4 lights, have Halogen in there now but would like to know if anyone has upgraded this type of set up with something better.
I tried some LED's from eBay but returned them because of fit and wiring issues.
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Thanks for the info!
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I love these, and would consider upgrading my 07 Journey headlights. Anyone know what year and car model headlight assembly was used in the 2007 Journey? I think it's something like a 1997 Pontiac Grand Am (?).

Let us know how it goes if you do.
I too would also consider it. Just curious how hard it would be to swap them out in the Journey/Itasca models.
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Not to detract from the Adventurer thread but has anyone attacked replacing the Journey/ Meridian fixtures of the 2004-2007 era?
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Here is a thread from 2011
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