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elinmon1976 03-28-2012 02:23 PM

Weak Headlights
 
Anyone know what aftermarket headlights will be brighter for the 98 1500 ram with single bulbs? the siverstars are not doing the job...
HID conversion?

ramvan2500 03-28-2012 04:28 PM

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Originally Posted by elinmon1976 (Post 761974)
Anyone know what aftermarket headlights will be brighter for the 98 1500 ram with single bulbs? the siverstars are not doing the job...
HID conversion?

I like the HID conversion kit, I'm going to be buying one for my van. Just watch out about those kits, some of them are just low beam and some are combination they have both the high and low beam but the thing to watch out for is when you have a HID low beam and a Halogen High Beam. Alot of times a person read HID high low and they assume it's hid's for both high and low but not always.

The kits range from 30-100 bucks on ebay which is where I plan to get my kit. The only thing you want to check besides the above is if their is room inside the head unit so the plastic doesn't melt.

ramfam 04-01-2012 10:21 AM

They sell a good kit to up grade headlights in lmc for under 40$. Also check both of your plugs make sure there not corroded an check ground. There's only one for both lights and its behind drivers side light.

elinmon1976 04-05-2012 02:49 PM

I had thought about conversion. Thanks for the Tips on that. I have restored and cleared up the lenses which helped a tad but still I may have to go HID just to see on these country roads at night...

ramfam 04-06-2012 11:46 AM

I up graded mine to extre vision bulbs there brighter and whiter then standerd. Also didn't need to up grade wires or relay. That's another thing to look into. Relays will go weak over time they can get very hot with use and corrode internaly.


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