uncc 9-5 said:Would these work?
One more question, where can i pick up some paint that i could apply to the inside of the lens?
xaam, sweet ride what kind of wheels are those?
Yeah that is the stock Aero suspension on that car. Thanks for the compliments. I think they totally transform the look of the car.uncc 9-5 said:thanks for the help. i really like that style of wheel. it looks great on a 9-5. one more question, is that the stock aero suspension?
There is one 15 Amp fuse for both lights. The factory bulbs are 55w. They are H1's.Thedriver said:The second type are 100w which is about 8 amps current.
Just check the fuse size for your foglights, if theres a fuse for each individual foglight, then as long as the fuse is rated larger than 8 amps then you can use these bulbs
mmmm if its a 15amp fuse for both lights, then you would be running right on the limit !s900snt said:There is one 15 Amp fuse for both lights. The factory bulbs are 55w. They are H1's.
The fuse probably won't accept 100w bulbs but you can always try....just don't put a fuse bigger than 15A in the car.
If you want a more powerful bulb, you can always safely use a relay and still retain the factory fog light switch.
I agree, it doesn't hurt to tryThedriver said:mmmm if its a 15amp fuse for both lights, then you would be running right on the limit !
But thats what limits are for
Those type of fuses often have a 1.2 factor so the fuse probably would not blow until a steady 18 amps was applied but it also depends on ambient temps.
Personally , i would try them out, and if they blew the fuse, then you can quite easily add a relay into the circuit for them.