Reviewed By Grayling H (Lafayette, LA) Reviewed for a 2005 Nissan Frontier —6/3/2015 2:51 PM
Excellent rural and/or fog illumination.
Reviewed By keith f (Junction City, OR) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Silverado —11/26/2014 7:44 PM
No disappointments here.high quality , wonderfully bright lights great light pattern, I got the euro beam 4000's You turn these off and you wonder if your stock head lights are on. Real nice for see ing on dark roads.
Reviewed By Phillip V (Pittsburgh, PA) Reviewed for a 1996 Jeep Cherokee —6/27/2012 1:07 PM
I have a 1996 Jeep Cherokee Country that came with with factory fog lights. The Hellas were almost the exact size and look I wanted. The Hella lights came with 55 watt lamps but I used the origanal 24 watt lamps and still have plenty of light. I was afraid the 55 watt lamps may overload the factory relay and main fuse. I was able to splice in the original connector from each of the old lights. All went well.
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