|08-16-2012 11:24 AM|
I pulled the airbox out & moved the little resevoir out of the way and got to the passenger side; just pushed the horn a little for the driver's side.
A little quicker.
But those bulbs are still low in lumens and high in glare.
Headlight thread with lots of info.
|08-16-2012 11:10 AM|
you got to be kidding ?
You have to remove the grille just to replace a bulb ?
What dumbarse came up with that design !
|08-16-2012 11:00 AM|
Silverstars put out less actual light and more glare than the stock bulbs. If you haven't opened the blisterpack, return them and get Phillips Xtreme Power bulbs; they're the best H13 bulb available right now (except for Xtreme Vision bulbs that are harder to find).
Daniel Stern Lighting Consultancy and Supply
|08-16-2012 08:41 AM|
|The Ugly Jeep||You do have to remove grille. Open hood, Pop out the centers of the black plastic clips across the top of the grille, carefully pull them out, then you need to pull your grille off at the bottom. The bottom of the grille is pushed into clips, you just need to work it out of them. Remove the torx screws from around the lens housings to be able to twist the bulbs out. Make certain the orange rubber seals come off the housings.|
|08-16-2012 07:58 AM|
Today im upgrading to some silverstar bulbs. how do i get to the bulb?!?!?!?! i know i can undo some stuff and get it from the back, or i can take off the grille. i dont care wich one, but somebody please help me through the whole process! pictures or videos would really help!