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dlim215
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Nov 19, 5:01am - #330597 
factory hid kit?

anyone know of a place I can purchase the factory hid kit for a 2004 celica gts for a reasonable price?

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Nov 19, 5:49am - #330598 
you'd need new headlamps , new wiring, new bulbs, everything , it would be like $3000 from the dealer

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Nov 19, 1:05pm - #330599 
yea i say just get a HID kit from somewhere else.

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Nov 19, 1:08pm - #330600 
there's a guy parting out a couple of celicas they're 2001 and 2000 i dont know if he might be able to help you with some parts but if you want his email is arnautz@yahoo.com, he usually takes a couple of days to answer though.


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Nov 19, 11:13pm - #330601 
HID kits were optional on 2003+, so unless he's bought them himself he probably doesn't have them...

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Nov 20, 3:00am - #330602 
Originally Posted by Toyotapartsdude
you'd need new headlamps , new wiring, new bulbs, everything , it would be like $3000 from the dealer


It cost around $1XXX.00 smile


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Nov 20, 3:35am - #330603 
Not worth it. They charge more for the stupid parts than they do for the factory option. spineyes


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Nov 20, 8:32am - #330604 
Reasonable price nope thumbsdown


best to go used...

but as Toyotapartsdude said..
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you'd need new headlamps , new wiring, new bulbs


you could try finding used headlamps and then just get ballast and bulbs then modify your wiring a bit and u'd be set..

then again i've been looking for another OEM HID headlamp for awhile I still just have one
rofl


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