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Old 11-25-2008
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96 Headlights, Only One Bulb Per Headlight?

Yea, another stupid yet necessary question.

I don't want to bundle up & go outside to check myself.

As I remember, there is only 1 bulb per headlight... but I've been looking at some of these 5000k xenon (gas) bulbs & several of them say they come with 4 bulbs.

Our stock bulbs are straight, NOT 90 degree angled connectors, correct?

I thought high & low beams were all in the single 9007 bulb.

I don't really want to spend the big $$'s for true HID lights, nor do i really need them but I'd like something a little "whiter" than my old 9007's.
They don't even have to be any more output than stock, as long as they'll be a cleaner whiter beam.
I hate seeing those luxury cars with low beams so powerful that they will burn through a 4x4 post.

Is it worth the $5 - $10 for a set of 5000k xenons?

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sounds about right ... my 99 mazda also only has one bulb per headlight ... they are dual fillament ifi remmeber right

honestly spend the money you woulda spent on hids on some hellas or kcs.
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