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Old 6th May 2006, 13:02   #1
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Question Hyundai Accent Fog Light Size

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i have a friend who wants to put xenons in his fog lights, i just need to know the buld size is it H3, H2??

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Old 6th May 2006, 13:17   #2
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i believe H2 is the size...are you sure about the xenons? or are they just white lights. I looked for them couldnt find them. But if they are white lights then i'd suggest you keep the original bulbs because white/blue lamps will not illuminate the roads as efficiently as the yellow bulbs.

I myself had white 100/90w headlamps, but i didnt find them satisfactory, now im using philips rally 130/100w yellow lamps. And theres a world of difference.

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yeah he wants to put the enitre xenon kit, not just a white bulb. thnx for ur help mate. I will pass on the info u gave me, to him..

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I doubt its H2 i think it should be H1 or H11. Will check and let you know.
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I feel its H3. My cousin has an accent and he chaged over to some chinese H3 white lamps for his fogs to compliment the Philips Crystal Visions that he uses for his headlamps. Correct me if i am wrong!
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Last time i went to the shop looking for a change of foglight bulbs....the guy said that since they are h2 bulbs...its really hard to find them in white/blue colour. But i could be wrong.
I think member 'jesal' has white fogs i believe...he can help.

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The bulbs are h1;I know this coz my friend is obsessed with his lights for his ikon.The cars got crystal vision h4,some unbranded white parking bulbs and crstal vision h1 for the fogs.He says stay away from diamond vision coz they suck on highways.
Anyway bh...your friend is really gonna blow a lot of cash on the hid for the fogs,he rather get it done for the main headlight,it would look hotter.

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