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Hey guys.

Anyone seen any manufacturer that sell a halo headlight for a 2010? I searched all over and could find several options for 2005 - 2008. Surely there is something out there. Anyone seen anything? Send links etc.


Thanks guys!
 

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open your search for 08+ pathfinders as they have the new style front end with the V8 option
 

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none of those will work as the 09+ has a different head light.
 

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none of those will work as the 09+ has a different head light.
I thought the diffrence was that sectioned off portion. But the shape and the plug size is the same.

Here is my truck with what I think you are looking for.

 

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I had a set of those on my last truck for about 1 month worst light ever

I knew debbie downer would chime in. :)

My lights are noticably brighter then stock. IMO look 10X better, And no, I have not had 1 single speck of fog inside them. NOT ONE TIME.
 

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I knew debbie downer would chime in. :)

My lights are noticably brighter then stock. IMO look 10X better, And no, I have not had 1 single speck of fog inside them. NOT ONE TIME.
Yep! FINALLY BEAT MY FOG PROBLEM AFTER LIKE A YEAR OF TAKING IT OFF, DRYING, SEALING AND PUTTING BACK ON! I just said screw it and used a whole tube of gasket maker on the part that screws off to get to the projectors! Suckers are AIR TIGHT ! So to celebrate, i stuck HIDs in the high beams as well!
 

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Yep! FINALLY BEAT MY FOG PROBLEM AFTER LIKE A YEAR OF TAKING IT OFF, DRYING, SEALING AND PUTTING BACK ON! I just said screw it and used a whole tube of gasket maker on the part that screws off to get to the projectors! Suckers are AIR TIGHT ! So to celebrate, i stuck HIDs in the high beams as well!
NICE DUDE!!!! Congrats! Life is good!
 

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As a follow on, but related question ....

Does anyone have recommendations for bulb change out instead? Prefer to keep stock look on my 2010 at this point but the headlights are basically worthless unless I have the floods on. Going down the street I can't see squat - way too dim.

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HIDs man! They helped alot!
 

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As a follow on, but related question ....

Does anyone have recommendations for bulb change out instead? Prefer to keep stock look on my 2010 at this point but the headlights are basically worthless unless I have the floods on. Going down the street I can't see squat - way too dim.

thanks
Bought a set of these HID Kits: HID Kits, DEPO Lights, BMW Bumpers & Lighting - DDM Tuning my wifes care and got some on the way for the corolla. Plug and play and a lifetime warranty can't beat it
 

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Thanks everyone. Looks like I need to buy a kit then to convert to xenon/HID from halogen. There seem to be tons of these things out there. Anyone like one over the other? Probably going to get many different answers but maybe there will be a few clear winners (hopefully). Otherwise I will just roll the dice and buy something that seems reasonable.
 

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Headlight issues!!!

Ok 959frontier or Jordo. I have the same HID Halo headlights and have had nothing but problems with them. I love these headlights and don't want to go back to stock but don't know what to do. I have replaced both ballasts under warranty but my passenger side keeps letting in moisture. I have taken out the turn signal to let it air out and then used a ton of RTV sealant around the whole light seal and the back cap that covers the bulbs. Everything was fine for a couple days now my Halo rings on the passenger side are barely working. The lights in the bottom of the rings are on but the rings only light about half way up around the rings on each side. the Leds still work fine. I've had these lights less than a year. What can I do? What have you guys done to keep yours working great?
 

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Thanks everyone. Looks like I need to buy a kit then to convert to xenon/HID from halogen. There seem to be tons of these things out there. Anyone like one over the other? Probably going to get many different answers but maybe there will be a few clear winners (hopefully). Otherwise I will just roll the dice and buy something that seems reasonable.
There all pretty much the same. JUst depends what color you want. I think bi-xenons for the stockers though.
 

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Ok 959frontier or Jordo. I have the same HID Halo headlights and have had nothing but problems with them. I love these headlights and don't want to go back to stock but don't know what to do. I have replaced both ballasts under warranty but my passenger side keeps letting in moisture. I have taken out the turn signal to let it air out and then used a ton of RTV sealant around the whole light seal and the back cap that covers the bulbs. Everything was fine for a couple days now my Halo rings on the passenger side are barely working. The lights in the bottom of the rings are on but the rings only light about half way up around the rings on each side. the Leds still work fine. I've had these lights less than a year. What can I do? What have you guys done to keep yours working great?
Well, actually i bought a second set cuz i got so fed up with it and tossed across the yard. With the second set i rtv around the edges, rtvd ALL the vent holes. Since you got the HIDs like i did, they had to cut out the back housing to run the wires for the HIDs. Thats the main problem for the moisture inside. I just opened the back up (there are four screws), then run a FAT bead of silicone (i used gasket maker) around the top half, then another FAT bead on the headlight housing itself. Make sure you get it all around the HID wires, if not, water will seep through. Seal them up but dont screw it all the way, leave about a quarter turn from tight, wait about 15mins, then tighten the screws all the way. Let dry for a couple days. Theres probably goona be some moisture still trapped, so just take out your blinker and fire up your high beams for 10mins or so. Since i did this ive not had a DROP of fog in there! After a year of battling it out, i FINALLY got rid of it! AHAHAHA!!!! Anyways, good luck! I know how irritating it is.
 
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