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conversion head light hook up?

how is everyone hooking up their 05-07 head lights to their 99-04? ive got mine out of my 03 and ready to bolt the new ones in place but I need to get the wiring done. any pictures or explanations is very much needed. thanks

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and that is all i need to finish the hook up?

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Yea should be, its all plug and play.

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thanks man got it ordered

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Do they have a set of those to cover a higher watt bulb. I melted a harness using those brighter bulbs
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Re: conversion head light hook up?

Easiest thing to do is just put the HID conversion on now. I chased my tail on that thing and just got tired of the same old thing. IMO All though some people have had good luck with the aftermarket harness. I didn't and driving home in the rain with your fog lights and marker lights is enough to pi** you off and make it right.

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