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Peterkwon87
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Peterkwon87 May 14, 5:26am - #178667 

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1999 Nissan Sentra XE

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okay i feel really reaTRDed for asking this.

if i switch out my stock yellow bulbs to those really bright ones. do i have to buy 2 or 4? because if i turn on my highights is that another bulb or...?
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gtscelica05
Carbon Blue Rules
gtscelica05 May 14, 5:30am - #178668 
2003 Carbon Blue Toyota Celica
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2003 Toyota Celica

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Bayarea, Ca
headlight has its own separate bulbs, and highbeam has their own.

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RevMonster
Masta OC
RevMonster May 14, 5:32am - #178669 

Masta OC
2003 Toyota Celica

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Orange County, Ca

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I'm just a shot away from you
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Erick
Bread Fishing..
Erick May 14, 5:51am - #178670 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Bay Area, CA
or you could buy the whole package from the ecelica store for a more uniform look with all your lights

https://www.celicahobby.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=28&products_id=176

and you'd get thumbsup

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LNK
"you only need something when you know it exists..then it becomes a want"
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Virgilson
TheFilipinoCrew
Virgilson May 14, 7:29am - #178671 

TheFilipinoCrew
2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Pomona, CA
^^^ There you go...
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Rick
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Rick May 14, 3:51pm - #178672 

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2002 Toyota Celica

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Texas
The high beams and day time running lights are all the same bulb. The bulb has a special function that allows it to shine in two different forms.
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celicafourotwo
Specialist
celicafourotwo May 14, 6:42pm - #178673 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Nebraska
^^ yyyyyeeeeeuuuuuuuuupppppppppp..oh yeah even though my DRL always turn on it didn't burn out first but my low beam did..which sux totally..now i have to go look for a diff. pair of h7..

what do you guy think of Nokya artic white?? stage I or II?? what's the diff..look the same to me..

Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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fusi0n
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fusi0n May 14, 7:08pm - #178674 
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Michigan
or you could just invest in a set of HIDs since any type of "xenon bulb" wont help you out pretty much. if you want to know what i mean, throw in a set of MTECHs into your headlight and try to drive at night in the rain.
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Gen7fan
ThE iRoN mAiDeN
Gen7fan May 14, 7:17pm - #178675 
2003 silver streak Toyota Celica GT
ThE iRoN mAiDeN
2003 Toyota Celica GT

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^^^ I can see fine in rain (MTECs), matter of fact better than stock. Maybe you have night vision problems FusiOn.
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fusi0n
Member
fusi0n May 14, 7:48pm - #178676 
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Michigan
you do know that pretty much all "xenon bulbs" are the same right? they're all just coated with a filter. but the blue color of the light is absorbed by the ground, thus decreased vision. you might think you see well now, but halogens will give you a much better view..and HID = 50x better.
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