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To replace 1993 Honda Civic headlight bulbs with Xenon headlights how do you find the replacement numbers?

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2005-05-12 12:02:33
2005-05-12 12:02:33

take your old bulb out, go to the store, and get the one that looks the exact same. it is a standard bulb. if you want to know the number, go to an automotive store and ask... The bulb number to replace your headlights is #9003. This is a high/low bulb. If there is any other light that you would like to replace on your car or any other car, click on the following link and you can find lights for any vehicle: http://www.sylvania.com/ConsumerProducts/AutomotiveLighting/LampReplacementGuide/default.htm Hope this answers your question. Jeff

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