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Old 16th June 2010, 13:15   #16
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Update - I am not able to find the relay anywhere, looks like its hidden behind the front bumper maybe. Any other advice ??

If its a hella stock, which I believe it is, it comes with its own packaging of ceramic holders, relays, wiring and all. I used the same in my Swift @ EVO and I have seen them use the same. No worries about it.
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If its a hella stock, which I believe it is, it comes with its own packaging of ceramic holders, relays, wiring and all. I used the same in my Swift @ EVO and I have seen them use the same. No worries about it.
Thanks for the info.
BTW , the ceramic holders are orange colored
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Old 10th December 2013, 23:22   #18
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Default Re: Hella H4 @ Chevy Spark (from EVO)

UPDATE: After 3 successfully years of driving with the setup, at the A.S.S. during the servicing of the car, i was informed that one of the H4 has gone bad and needs replacement. Since the A.S.S. was away from home & it was getting very late in the evening, i advised them to remove the relay and fit in stock lamp. This happened in june 2013. Thanks to tbhp, i was able to check the month of install & price i paid for the setup in 2010.
The plan now is to bring the relay back & add nightbreakers. Stay tuned.
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Meanwhile, here is how the car looks now.
1. Stock headlights
2. DRL's
3. Parking light stock bulb changed to LED one
4. Rear indicators stock bulb changed to LED one
5. Cabin light changed from bulb to LED one.

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