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I just finished installing them but im going to adjust them again because it seems that my right light is brighter than my left one in the picture. You cant tell when you are standing in front of it, maybe its just the camera?? Here are the pics tell me what you guys think ...
 

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question.............where did you purchase your nokya fogs from and how much did you pay for them? i have a C, and it might be different, but do you need to drop the bumper to install these? i know it was a pain in the ass to install my turning signals and i hope these are a lil easier.

they do look great tho! definatly a good alternative to HIDs.
 

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TheDon300 said:
I just finished installing them but im going to adjust them again because it seems that my right light is brighter than my left one in the picture. You cant tell when you are standing in front of it, maybe its just the camera?? Here are the pics tell me what you guys think ...
Looks to me like you took the picture from slightly right (as viewed from inside the car) of center, so a brighter looking right headlamp should be expected because it is aimed to the right.
 

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email [email protected] and tell them what you want. I ordered the H10 stage II arctic white bulbs for my fog lights and 9006 stage II arctic white bulbs for the low beams. I think it was $18.95 and its $5 for shipping and every other additional item you buy shipping drops to $3. I installed these lights while i was installing my fog lamps and we did have to drop the bumper for the install. I know that many of the forum members have these fog lights on there car. Kings has them on his so i think you should pm him and ask or search the forum for these lights. Thats what i did and thats why i ordered them.
 

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Those fog lights look sweet! Were they the NOK-WH-H10 on autohalogen's website ? I already have fog lights, do you think I can swap the lamps out just by dropping the underskirt (i.e. not taking the front bumper off)?


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yea you can do it by dropping the undeskirt, thats how i did it. yea right if would have tkane off the bumper that would be a pain in the ass.
 

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my experience....

i bought they Nokya H10....Arctic white ... for high beams, low beams, and fogs.....about a year ago...

you don't have to drop the bumper to get them in...you do have to take part of the bottom off...that plastic skim cover thing....lots of screws.... but not too difficult. General installation is easy.

I never had a problem with one side being brighter than the other side.... & everyone worked great.... but...

after having them in about year ... the low beams starting acting up...at first i thought the bulb blew out....but then determined that my wire harness got smoked....

Chrysler is putting in a new wire harness for me now & i am switching to a different type of bulb.(Lumiko)..we'll see how that works....

All the blue is awsome (great alternative to the Xenon).. the fogs are nice and bright...as are the high beams.... the low beams however were dimmer than i wanted...and without the fogs on...i don't think i would be happy with the amount of light it produces...just too dark...but a nice look though....
 

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my mistake one side is not brighter it was just the camera. Should i be thinking of ordering the nokya wire harness so that my factory ones dont burn out?
 

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my mistake one side is not brighter it was just the camera. Should i be thinking of ordering the nokya wire harness so that my factory ones dont burn out?

it happened with mine...only after a year...and i haven't heard of it happening to anyone elses..... i would say no.... and if your factory ones do burn out..just put your factory bulbs back in (like i did), take it back to the dealership...& they'll replace it FOC.

that's just my advise....
 

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OK I bit the bullet and installed the the NOK-WH-H10's in my fog lights. I already have the HD headlamps and the look is great. You can still tell the fog lights are not Xeon but it's pretty darn close. Install was a snap and I didn't even have to jack the car up.

Kajiimagi
 
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