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Is there a way that the bulbs and ballasts are compatible with the MDX headlights... I would think that something could be done to get the bulbs to work...anyone have any idea of how much it would cost to get from acura..? or if it is even possible..to hook them up to the mdx housings?



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Why would you want to go through that hassle when you can buy a good aftermarket kit for probably much less then what Acura would charge you for the '03 CL bulbs and ballasts that may not fit?

Check out any of the group buys going on instead. You'll save a lot of headache and money.
 

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Don't know i guess for the same reason why people go out and purchase bmw hid kits and put them on there accord?
 

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try a CATZ kit..... they make OEM hid kits for honda/acura.
 

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nyc said:
try a CATZ kit..... they make OEM hid kits for honda/acura.

NIce...thanks for your help!

I'll do a search online for them..., but do you happen to know of any places that sell them direct?




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Hello,

The problem with trying to install CL/TL OEM HIDs into your vehicle is that they are not designed to plug into your 9006 housings. You will need to modify the bulb in order to fit your stock housings and you will most likely not be able to replicate the correct beam pattern. As a result, your light output will be extremely blinding and dangerous to fellow drivers.

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Steve
 

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XenonDepot said:
Hello,

The problem with trying to install CL/TL OEM HIDs into your vehicle is that they are not designed to plug into your 9006 housings. You will need to modify the bulb in order to fit your stock housings and you will most likely not be able to replicate the correct beam pattern. As a result, your light output will be extremely blinding and dangerous to fellow drivers.

Regards,

Steve
Hey Steve thanks for the reply...but what do you recommend then??

Thanks
 
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