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OEM Head light bulb size

So I'm planning on buying an HID conversion for my 2010 V. The only problem is that I need to know the bulb size before I buy them off ebay. Can anyone tell me this? Also, I was looking and how do I even remove the bulbs?
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idr the bulbs sizes...i have projectors now and have h4 hid's.
to remove the bulb is easy. theres a rubber cap...pull it off and unclip the clip holding the bulb in and pull it out.
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its an H4 i got mine at ddm tuning http://www.ddmtuning.com/Products/DD...ast-35W-or-55W I have 35w and its super bright... I also got 6000k k :P just look at the how to section theres a howto replace bulb :P
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Alright sound good, I've been doing some research and it sounds that there are different types of the bulb, Low beam, and then high/low beam. Is this correct? Sorry about all the questions I just dont wanna f*** it up.
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its an H4 i got mine at ddm tuning http://www.ddmtuning.com/Products/DD...ast-35W-or-55W I have 35w and its super bright... I also got 6000k k :P just look at the how to section theres a howto replace bulb :P
I'm looking to buy those HIDs. Did you get the hi/lo. If you know how do they compare to a a higher costing set. Can you post any pics thank you.
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i have the ddm tuning HID kit as well
6000k hi/lo and they are amazing! love em

2010versadude from what i know there is just one bulb, that allows you to do hi and low together, if not then your just running low and cannot switch to high beams

respondingversa even tho you asked localnemesis i thought i'd reply, just for my 2cents :P
higher costing sets are a waste imo, and they are just as good if not better!
and if i had a pic of them i'd show you, but im sure someone has some

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Thanks bboy for the info guess I will be installing some soon.
The hi/lo from my understanding is just a change where the lights are directed.
as you can see from the pics
Low beam
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...nd_traffic.svg

high beam

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...hare_route.png

and a video of hi/lo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLGsa36lw9Y
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its well worth the money!
looks great on the v too
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I don't have the exact pictures nor diagram of the bulb sizes but you can visit suvlights.com/information to know the type of bulbs that fit your vehicle. I get here a list of that you might find interesting and hope you can get here what you're looking for.

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