Wire your ride for bright style without short-circuiting your budget! Spec-D Headlights upgrade factory lights with modern style and night-cutting performance. Custom made for easy plug-n-play installation—no wiring, splicing or soldering required. 90-day warranty.
Get crystal clear styling with the Anzo USA Universal Conversion Headlights. Choose between 5” and 7” round or 7.5” x 5.5” rectangular halogen headlights. Sold individually. DOT compliant. Backed by a 1-year warranty.
KC HiLites LED Replacement Headlights give your Jeep a flash of road-going candlepower. These just-for-Jeep LED head lights are fired by state-of-the-art optics and diode technology that deliver a crisp, wide beam that looks like natural daylight. 23-year warranty.
Replace your fading headlights with Vision X Sealed Beam Replacement Headlights. These aftermarket headlights are crafted from glass lenses with a multi-surface reflector for a crisp light beam. OEM aluminum housing. Various sizes. 1-year warranty.
Give your Jeep lighting a serious jolt with KC HiLites Halogen Replacement Headlights. Made for Wranglers and other rides with 7" diameter lamps, these Jeep and car headlights light up the streets with multi-surface reflector optics and blaze the backcountry with hard-coated Lexan lenses. 23-year warranty.
KC HiLites 8” DOT Approved Universal Buggy Headlights flip the switch on custom lighting. These universal headlights feature a 1/2” stud mount system that mounts most anywhere to anything. Plus, the multi-surface reflector optics and Lexan lenses are perfect for off-roading. 23-year warranty.
Not sure which 1989 Honda CR-X Headlights are right for you? We have over 700 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Installed on a 89 CRX, looks great and the quality is good. but there is slight fit problem on the passenger side light. I have an AEM cold air intake and installing the light required me to take off the whole pipe. After installing the light and re-aligning the intake, the back of the light housing scratches up against the pipe heavily. I tried putting silicone rubber between the points of contact, but the sharp edge of the light housing cuts thru it. So now my purdy blue intake pipe is grazed!
Given that CRXs have tightly cramped engine bays, I'm sure that this problem doesn't affect all cars that have cold air intakes. I just wish there would have been a specific warning for this." —Genevieve B from Seabrook, TX bought an Anzo USA Headlights for a 1989 Honda CR-X.