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Hyundai Azera, Lights, Sedan
#318 of 357 Re: Yellow Headlights [ratledge]
Apr 29, 2008 (9:41 am)
Ummmmmmmmmmmm...how did you put an H9 bulb where an H7 bulb should go?
As far as the bulbs go, I'm starting to think that the '06 Azeras were the only ones that use the H7 bulb as the low-beam bulb.
#319 of 357 Re: For anyone interested [allmet33]
Apr 29, 2008 (2:36 pm)
I ordered the Philips Xtreme Power for my '08 Santa Fe and they work well. I replaced the stock bulkbs in my wife's Azera with PIAA bulbs. I have used the Silverstars int eh past, my my last set burned out/filed within 8 months of installation. So far the PIAAs have been going for 2 years.
The Phillips Xtreme are supposed to be 80 % brighter. I didn't do a test , but I do see the sides of the highway better in the dark. YOu can find them online, best to get the size you need and google shopping will help you search.
Good luck to all
#320 of 357 Silverstar ultras
May 02, 2008 (7:37 am)
My local Kragens had the Silverstar ultras on sale w/a rebate. So I replaced the Philips X/T's with the ultras, not much difference......except for price. I did put the X/T's in my KIA Sedona. Now that job required me to R&R the lite housing,easily done. The kids,(18,16,14), didn't notice much difference in the OEM's vs X/T's. So, heck with it, I still don't like the "cut off". On another note, Mike, what other things did you have in mind to do to your Zerra before putting in HID's?
#321 of 357 Re: Yellow Headlights [allmet33]
May 03, 2008 (6:12 am)
Well, you cheat: use the "OSRAM Ralleye" 65watt part: Here
It's a 2100 lumen lamp mounted on the H7 base. You may well be right about the H7 low beams being only in '06 models, but I seem to remember somebody saying it was "slipstreamed" in mid-'07 models...
#322 of 357 Lighting
May 03, 2008 (8:01 am)
I have a 2006 Azera and both Hi and Low use H7's Wards.
#323 of 357 Phillips Nightguide
Oct 15, 2008 (6:56 am)
These appear to be new. Has anyone tried them and with what result? My 07 Asera has a build date of 11/06. Anyone tried replacing the bulbs from a car of that period?
Do you really need four bulbs (low & high)?
Do you really have to remove the whole headlight?
Thanks - much appreciated.
#324 of 357 Re: Phillips Nightguide [carolinabob]
Oct 15, 2008 (7:57 am)
I'm not sure about the new bulbs, I'm still riding with my Sylvania Silverstar Ultras in the low beams. The high beams are still OEM bulbs as I don't really use them much and my fog lights I switched to Nokya Hyper Yellow bulbs.
I can answer...there are 4 bulbs 2 for low & 2 for high, but you don't necessarily have to replace all 4. Also, you don't necessarily have to remove the whole headlight to replace the bulbs either. The 1st time you try replacing a bulb with the headlight in place, it takes some patience, but after you've done it a couple times...it becomes rather easy.
#325 of 357 Re: Phillips Nightguide [allmet33]
Oct 15, 2008 (12:32 pm)
Thanks, as I don't drive that much at night I may not do it, but might try the low beams.
Way back when I had a 71 Dodge Challenger, I installed driving lights. Too bad we can't get bulbs to change the fog lights to driving lights. In the last 30 years, I have never driven in fog at night, even when I was travelling throughout the South for 20,000 miles per year.
#326 of 357 Re: Phillips Nightguide [carolinabob]
Oct 15, 2008 (1:10 pm)
to be honest, the lower set of lights on most cars now are driving lights. The only way you can make them true fog lights is to put a yellow bulb in them (or use the yellow film), because white light just doesn't work in fog too well. Like you, I've never driven in fog at night, but I've driven through some blizzard like snowfall at night before...WHOA!!!
#327 of 357 Re: Phillips Nightguide [carolinabob]
Oct 15, 2008 (7:25 pm)
Loved those big Hella and Lucas driving lamps that would send a pair of beams half-a-mile or more out front to let people know they should make way...