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Old 02-09-2018, 03:36 PM   #1
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Driving Lights

looking to buy new driving lights for my 2005 Sunvoyager any suggestions would be appreciated
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On the housing that hold the lights in place will be an SAE number. If you do a Google search for that number, or consult an auto parts store, you'll find out what manufacturer made that light assembly. Most often it will match up with a production vehicle that will have multiple sources, including Amazon or eBay.
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You say driving, maybe meaning add-on lights? I have a 94 vehicle w/ glass rectangular sealed-beam headlights, still worked, thought "what can be wrong, cannot see?" Finally decided to try new, and when retainer removed from front, the lens fell off in my hands with glue failure, (BOTH bulbbs), inspection found elements STILL BURNING and no SILVER reflector remaining on back glass, it was clear glass on the back. AMAZING?? :-) :-(
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