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Old 11-03-2004, 11:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am planning on replacing my headlamps with aftermarket Bi-xenons and I "tried" to remove the stock assembly and just ended up leaking a bunch of washer fluid on the ground. Has anyone done this, just removing the stock assembly with the headlamp squirters? Any information would be great. Thank you.
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I am planning on replacing my headlamps with aftermarket Bi-xenons and I "tried" to remove the stock assembly and just ended up leaking a bunch of washer fluid on the ground. Has anyone done this, just removing the stock assembly with the headlamp squirters? Any information would be great. Thank you.
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If you pull off the caps on the front it's a lot easier.
I hope you're putting in Projector46's from www.jlevisw.com
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Caps? I was going to get the ones on www.umnitza.com. They look like the same ones and cheaper. Are the otherones better? I haven't purchased these yet so any help would be greatly appreciated. Oh, what is the difference between a touring and a saloon? What's a saloon?
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Hi!! How are you? I can't help you with the headlights but I can tell you the difference between a saloon and a touring.

Saloon's are basically sedans (I think). Touring are station wagons.

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Awesome. Thank you!
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