Last post on Nov 10, 2009 at 6:01 PM
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Chevrolet Equinox, Lighting, Truck
#5 of 9 Re: '10 Nox and Silver Stars [runox]
Sep 11, 2009 (1:49 pm)
Never mind got the answer, 9007 and H11 are entirely different. Looks like I'll have to PIAA for the low beams.
#6 of 9 Re: '10 Nox and Silver Stars [runox]
Sep 11, 2009 (2:22 pm)
Thanks for the follow up!
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#7 of 9 Re: '10 Nox and Silver Stars [tidester]
Sep 15, 2009 (5:22 pm)
Update, HB3/9005 SilverStar Ultras ($18 eBay ship incl'd) for high beams are a big improvement. Not so with the PIAA Xtreme H11 low beams, not worth the upgrade. The PIAA H11 ($59 Amazon ship incl'd) doesn't come in the "Intense" line and the Xtreme line is a tad whiter than the stock beam when you look at it straight on, but on the road, no real improvement. Sylvania doesn't make the SS Ultra in the H11 model. Hopefully they will add the line soon.
#8 of 9 Re: '10 Nox and Silver Stars [runox]
Nov 10, 2009 (2:47 pm)
Are these for the regular head lamps on the LS/LT models or do they also work with the LTZ projector headlamps? I am looking to pick up an HID kit for the LTZ but don't know what size bulbs to get. Thanks for your help.
#9 of 9 Re: '10 Nox and Silver Stars [brueggie]
Nov 10, 2009 (6:01 pm)
Be careful installing HIDs. You are messing with the electric wiring which seems to be very sensitive on these vehicles since Chevy has to reprogram the computer to allow for use of the towing harness. Also, go try to open up the front end to the headlamp assembly before you buy. Make sure you'll have room to remove the old and fit the HIDs into place. There ain't a whole lot of room to work in just changing out a headlamp bulb never mind installing a new assembly.