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Old 15th October 2009, 12:03   #61
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Thanks all of you folks.

Decided to go with Hella Micro FF Fog lights. Will update with results and pics soon.
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Which of the Hella Micro FF Fog lights have you chosen?
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Old 15th October 2009, 14:08   #63
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Which of the Hella Micro FF Fog lights have you chosen?
I believe Hella Micro FF itself if the model (Fog ones, not driving ones). Like the ones in the picture in the link. Or are there subvariants?

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I have placed the order and the lamps should be here soon.
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II have placed the order and the lamps should be here soon.
Would be following the install closely ! I might want to switch too. Please post pics of the install if possible.

How much?
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3200 or whereabouts.
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Guys,
Apologies on opening up a 7 year old thread.
I just bought a 2006 Baleno lxi and as expected not happy with the lighting. The left one is actually a new unit (replaced in 2015) and hence brighter whereas the right is a bit dull, obviously as it's close to 10 years now. And both lamps are with auto levellers.
My query is - Would it be possible to just swap the headlamp unit and retain the leveller motor (as the normal headlamp unit costs less than 2-3K) and connect the motor to the new unit? Sorry if on this

Also looking at options for the best possible fog lamps out there, that could help with some better light spread.
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I need to do this too, as the original Plexiglas headlamp lenses on my 2006 Suzuki Baleno VXi, are slowly vignetting due to microscratches.
New leveling-headlamps for the Baleno are roughly Rs. 13,000 a piece.

Baleno Headlights-balenoheadlampleveler.jpg

I believe that retaining the headlamp leveling unit, while changing only reflector and lens, requires:
(1) Substantial reverse-engineering skills of your own. (I am not saying, I don't have these skills! ;-) )
(2) Appropriate raw material -- new plain headlamp with facility for the leveling unit fitting.

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