blackcord
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blackcord

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blackcord was last seen:
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    1. SykVSyx
      SykVSyx
      Appreciate the link to the jack, thanks Kel. I will have to measure my car and see is I could use it from the front as well. Not a huge deal if I can't, but it would be helpful if I can use it on all sides of the car. Great price and it actually comes in a colour I like! :lawl:
    2. blackcord
      blackcord
      Well the day after I installed it, it rained and the passenger side did fog up, but after 2 days it dried up. I just did not have the time to cover up the back of the bulb the same day. As you know all OEM headlight bulbs have a rubber gasket, but these HID bulbs do not. I am pretty sure that is where the water came from. I cover the back of the bulb and have not had any fogging after that (any it rained many times and I pressure washed at the car wash 2 times already)
    3. acedomain
      acedomain
      nice so far is their any foggyness or anything of the sort when it rains
    4. blackcord
      blackcord
      Yes Maxima corner bulbs goes in from the underneath, BUT, I used the stock corner bulbs the Accord came with. I used the outer corner lens only from the Maxima (not the whole body). I made a cardboard template and then cut them out using my dremel. Then I used epoxy to glue them in place. Then I used those rubber edge protectors around to hide the cutting imperfections.
    5. acedomain
      acedomain
      dont the maxima corners bulbs go in from underneath?? did you retro them or the headlight??
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    Location:
    Ontario
    Name:
    Kel
    Coupe / Sedan:
    Sedan
    Model Year:
    2002

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    2002 Accord EX-L :canada:

    See my member's ride here: http://www.6thgenaccord.com/forums/showthread.php?t=32649

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