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Username Post: Headlight brightness -recommended reading.        (Topic#156638)
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04-10-07 06:57 AM - Post#1139690    

The following topic applies to all classic owners and I recommend it. It's about why classic car headlights are not as bright as they could be and how to fix them.

If someone else can design it, I sure as heck can figure out how to fix it!


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04-10-07 07:14 AM - Post#1139700    
    In response to brad_bb

An additional link along that line:

Explanation of bosch relay:

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06-30-12 04:30 PM - Post#2243056    
    In response to Vaughn

My car had the Halogen replacement bulbs but when I upgraded to an alternator the difference at night was really noticeable. With proper aiming I have all the light you could even need.

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09-17-13 03:42 AM - Post#2382843    
    In response to brad_bb

Really helpful post. Thanks!


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