If Anzo had built these they would know what and how they fit
Reviewed By Nathanial R (Sedro Woolley, WA) Reviewed for a 1993 Honda Accord —11/25/2013 2:42 PM
The biggest problem, wrong connectors for a plug and play. If you do not have the tools to remove the pins out of the connectors just cut the wires and solder the wires together or put your own connectors on. The connectors that were installed on the lights are the wrong ones. I removed the pins out of my vehicle harness and then the pins out of the Anzo harness and then connected with heat shrink tubing over to protect. Also let a person leave the remarks on your page and not limit to 500 words
Blinker Bulbs differnt from factory model
Reviewed By Craig D (NOBLESVILLE, IN) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda Accord —1/9/2015 3:58 AM
The price was great (1/2 of AutoZone)and they arrived quickly & were easy to install.However the hole for the blinker bulb is smaller then the factory model and requires a smaller sized bulb which uses less amperage.Because of this the blinkers hyperblink and are very hard to see. I've sense installed a inline resister (intended for use with LED bulbs) which has fixed the problem.I don't understand why a product intended for use in my car has a different bulb then the factory model.