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GT2111
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GT2111 Mar 30, 9:43pm - #429876 
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Help Asap Please

Hey,
guys while installing my stock fogs again. I was putting them in and I pushed them up there. All of a sudden one went out. So I took it down and looked. I opened it up and it seemed like somthing had fried. There is a white cord. Wrapping in what looks looks like a white string. It alttile burnt at the end but other than it looks fine so i put it back up there and when putting it in again the bulb flashed alittle blue. Almost like a short circut... what could have happened?
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Polykarb Mar 30, 9:57pm - #429877 

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The bulb probably is shot. The white cord is the connecting wire from the bulb to the housing unit.

Did you take the bumper off to put those fogs on??

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GT2111 Mar 30, 10:10pm - #429878 
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Yup, Just took htem off and the bulb is gone... hehe. No i didn't take off the bumper. Now I just need to get that bulb out.. Tried pulling but didnt work to well ha. Any suggestions for new fog like bulbs?
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GT2111 Mar 30, 10:13pm - #429879 
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Ah just looked up an Installed guide. Now I just need to order some new bulbs.. Any suggestions?

Prob just get new headlights while im at it..
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Polykarb Mar 30, 10:14pm - #429880 

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first take the bumper off, the fogs are bolted to the impact bar infront of the radiator. Unscrew the back of the fog light housing, there should be a clip that holds the bulb in place, unclip it by pressing down and out. Swing the clip out of the way and proceed to change the bulbs.

-Reverse these instructions for re-assembly.

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Polykarb Mar 30, 10:15pm - #429881 

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Originally Posted by GT2111
Ah just looked up an Installed guide. Now I just need to order some new bulbs.. Any suggestions?

Prob just get new headlights while im at it..


I have PIAA Plasma fogs:
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GT2111 Mar 30, 10:27pm - #429882 
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Yeah I got the Fogs up there fine I sqeezed them in just fine. I just must have let it swing alittle hard on somthing so when i went to turn them on... No light... hehe Where can find those bulbs? Any suggestions for Headlight beams?
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hombredelassrtas Mar 30, 11:16pm - #429883 

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piaa spark blue smile check my profile. headligths piaa xtreamwhites smile or go all the way and jsut get some HIDs wink

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GT2111 Mar 31, 5:23pm - #429884 
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Where can I get those PIAA's? Im looking for somthing With a Yellowish Look and than for Headlights With Artic White High and Low Beams
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Niquick Apr 2, 1:33am - #429885 
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where can I get the PIAA Blue bulbs?
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