Select the "High performance headlights and fog lights" from the drop-down list.
Note the bulbs for pre-03 fogs are different and available now ...however I've talked to a few guys that claimed they burned out within a week ... and run too hot. They got their money back since they are warranted for 1 year.Edited by: tophog
I emailed Sylvania a while back inquiring about 9145 silverstars(ST's). Below is their response:
"I'm very glad to hear you're happy with the ST headlights. But, no
unfortunately, the 9145 is not offered in any enhanced option at this time. The
SilverStar production/marketing team is very aware that consumers want the 9145
in SilverStar though; so, maybe it will be offered next year- we can't say for
sure at this time."
I would suggest that everyone that wants 9145 silverstars email them stating so. Maybe, if they receive enough requests, they will offer them sooner.
Ltrain, the only problem I see with doing that is the 9005's are a higher wattage than the 9145's. EI=P(voltage x amperage = watts)
I would hate to take a chance on melting the wires or housings due to higher amperage means more heat. I know some guys on here have done it, but I would hate to take that chance. When I get the chance, I am going to check into rewiring the circuit to handle the extra amperage. If sylvania would just make the lamps, it would make things a lot easier.
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